Meghan Markle Stuns in Black in Pics from Private Visit to Her Animal Charity Patronage after Royal Exit News

Meghan Markle stunned in a black outfit worn during a visit to an animal charity she works with, following her exit announcement.

Meghan Markle is still adjusting to life in Canada with her son, Archie, and Prince Harry. But before she moved to the North American country, she visited one of the charities she works with.

The Duchess of Sussex visited Mayhew, where a dog charity she works with is located. In an Instagram post shared by Sussex Royal, she looked beautiful in a dark outfit.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex make an official visit to the Joff Youth Centre in Peacehaven, Sussex in Peacehaven, United Kingdom | Photo: Getty Images

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex make an official visit to the Joff Youth Centre in Peacehaven, Sussex in Peacehaven, United Kingdom | Photo: Getty Images

IT HAPPENED EARLIER

The outfit features a sleeve that stopped at her elbow, and she left it open at the collar. Markle styled her hair to the side; a bracelet adorned her wrist, and the caption read:

"Earlier this month, the Duchess of Sussex popped in to see the amazing people of Mayhew, and hear about the incredible progress made throughout the festive period."

Markle has been working with the charity since January 2019, and proudly supports the work they are doing in bringing animals and the community together. She got to see the dogs at Mayhew while she visited.

THE DUCHESS LOVES DOGS

The Duchess is a dog lover; she and Harry own a beagle and a Labrador. Her visit to the charity occurred when she returned to the UK after spending the Christmas holidays in Canada. 

The paper wants the government to disallow Markle and Harry from living in the country.

It was also before the former actress and Markle announced they were stepping back from their duties as senior members of the Royal family. The announcement came on January 8th.

A BLOW TO THE ROYAL FAMILY

The couple shared the news on their Instagram page, informing the public that they decided after months of contemplation. They wrote amid other things:

"… We have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve a progressive new role within this institution."

The news took the Royal family by surprise. A source told "US Weekly" that it was a blow to them, but they have since adjusted to the announcement and given Markle and Prince Harry their blessing.

NOT EVERYONE WANTS THEM IN CANADA

Prince Harry, who has been in the UK, recently joined his wife and child in Canada. He arrived in the North American country after attending the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London.

The Canadian government has accepted the parents-of-one into their country, but not everyone is pleased. The New York Post reported that a top Canadian newspaper is against the couple's move. 

The paper wants the government to disallow Markle and Harry from living in the country. However, no one has responded to the news outlet, and in the meantime, the Royals have settled down in the country.

The Sussexes have a lot of support from friends and family. They are excited to start a life away from the UK and are looking forward to the future.

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