Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be on a six-week break from royal duties right now, but that didn’t stop the Duchess from sharing a heartfelt message on Tuesday.
Meghan released a statement in honour of World Access to Higher Education Day. She is a patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
The royal’s post included, “Today, on World Access to Higher Education Day, we are able to celebrate the vital role that colleges and universities play in society and how important it is for all people, regardless of gender or socioeconomic background, to have the opportunity to access this higher education.”
“The value of this cannot be understated. Because education expands mindsets, and those minds can then expand the scope of the world at large. From a micro to a macro level, it is with education that we see great change.”
She finished it up, “I am proud to be patron of the ACU and all that it stands for, as we champion those seeking a higher education and commit to making this world a better place – together.”
Read the full statement here.
Prince Harry also appeared in a video message at Oslo RevCon to talk about how he is continuing the work of his late mother, Princess Diana, when it comes down to getting rid of landmines.