Meghan Markle named vice president of Queen's Commonwealth Trust

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Ever since becoming an official member of the royal family in May, The Duchess of Sussex has taken an alternative approach to the designers she supports; instead of wearing mostly British labels, her wardrobe favourites have spanned an global array of names.

"I'd seen this documentary on Netflix on feminism and one of the things they said during pregnancy was, "I feel the embryonic kicking of feminism", the American divorcee, 37, told her audience at the Queen's Commonwealth Trust event, hosted by King's College London.

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has been named Vice President of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust (QCT), the Kensington Palace announced on Friday.

But she was without her diamond engagement ring, and was wearing only her wedding band.

She went on to explain that while she stays informed and reads high-brow publications like The Economist, avoiding social media allows her to avoid "getting muddled" and focus instead "on the real cause".

However, many social media users said she looks nothing like the Duchess of Sussex.

As the baby grows, its womb presses against the mother's blood vessels in her pelvis, which affects a large vein on the right-hand side, called the inferior vena cava.

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Pregnant women sometimes have to remove their rings if their hands swell in their final trimester.

Meghan chose an all-green outfit for the gathering, including a coat with black beaded detailing on the cuffs and collar by Canadian designer Erdem.

It was the same outfit she wore for her arrival in New Zealand in 2014 but with a slightly different style hat.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to lose a fourth royal aide next month. REUTERS/Toby Melville Britain's Queen Elizabeth arrives for the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey, on Commonwealth Day, in London, Britain March 11, 2019.

"Commonwealth Day has a special significance this year as we mark the 70th anniversary of the London Declaration, when nations of the Commonwealth agreed to move forward together as free and equal members".

It is estimated to be worth more than £120,000.