Markle told her that she can achieve whatever she wants to achieve and that she looks forward to seeing her on TV.
After chatting with the girl, Markle gave her a hug before the royal couple had to send her back to be with her classmates.
Later on, Meghan met Tasneem Chihani, 14, and when she told her she wanted to pick Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, the founder of the social enterprise Stemettes, as her inspiring woman of the day, Meghan reportedly replied: "A woman in the face of society is seen as one who has to be pretty, thin and quiet".
"It was a dream come true. I will never forget this day". Notably, Sophia Richards a 10-year-old student who told Harry that she had ambitions to become an actress-just like Meghan!
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Apart from being an activist, Desmond was also a beautician and developed her own line of beauty products, Vi's Beauty Products. Desmond, who had a white mother and Black father, sat in the "whites only" section of the theater instead of the balcony.
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"The one who dares to fly in the face of all these stereotypes is the best kind of role model a young female can have". "You're using your brain in a really challenging way".
As Prince Harry and Meghan travelled between tables of students separately, she asked copious questions about what students were doing and how they planned to developed their skills into a career. "You've got to carry it on".
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Arriving in the city for an event to mark International Women's Day, it looked like the couple had coordinated their outfits, both wearing navy coats, dark pants and pale knitwear. Later on, the couple joined one of the Royal Foundation's pet projects, Coach Core, which provides coaching sessions in Birmingham, teaching people between the ages of 16 and 24 everything from boxing to basketball.