Meghan Markle is wasting no time getting back to work after taking a six-week break from her royal duties. After visiting Canada House with Prince Harry on Tuesday, the 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex had a private meeting with director Rufus Norris and executive director Lisa Burger at London's National Theatre to reportedly lay out their plan for the year. Meghan became patron of the organisation in 2019, taking over the role of Queen Elizabeth II, who held the position for 45 years. The royal looked ready for business in a blue button-down shirt and black trousers.
Meghan's solo outing comes amid reports that she and Harry are considering moving to Canada. The couple "have a strong connection" to the country, given that Meghan lived there for seven years before she became a member of the royal family and Harry has visited several times over the years. According to journalist Tom Bradby (who made the emotional Harry and Meghan: An African Journey ITV documentary), Harry and Meghan are "considering their options."
"I think the truth is there is a lot going on, a lot going on within the royal family and, I don't know, and I don't think they know what their future is going to be and what their position is going to be," Tom recently told Good Morning Britain. "It's no big secret in their friends that they have been considering their options in the future. I don't ask what their plans are. They keep that pretty close to their chest and understandably so. I don't think it's a done deal, that would be my impression. I think there's a lot of talking to be done, there are a million possibilities, they could go to Canada."
Only time will tell what Harry and Meghan decide, but until then, see more from the duchess's latest appearance ahead.