Meghan Markle & Prince Harry's New Nanny Brings More Diversity

Brenda Watkins
August 22, 2019

On Wednesday, the Duchess of Sussex shared some behind-the-scenes snippets of her highly-anticipated Smart Works capsule of work-appropriate attire in two Instagram Story videos.

British tabloid newspaper The Sun published a story claiming that the royal couple took "their fourth gas-guzzling flight in just 11 days" as they travelled to Nice, France, on a 12-seater Cessna private jet.

"When someone faces unfair criticism, you call it out". If this Person is a family member or friend, then you say these critics, what they really are.

The Canadian stylist took to Instagram with a powerful post captioned, '3 years of undeserved hate and abuse. "To maintain a high level of much-needed protection, we provided them with a private jet flight", he wrote in a post. "It was incredible how they did it - they must have slipped on quietly, after people were already seated".

In a post shared on social media earlier this month, alongside a series of stunning photos of Prince Harry's wife with her attractive baby bump, the royal family explained how moved Meghan was by the work of the charity and her reasoning behind starting the new project.

Misha Nonoo, one of Meghan's close friends, is the fourth brand coming on board and as fans of the Duchess will know, she regularly wears Misha's designs, most notably for one of her first public appearances with Prince Harry.

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The reason for this is the triple-camera system at the back that's been sectioned by a rather unflattering square camera bump. This is where it gets tricky: the renders feature an Apple Pencil which is smaller than the iPhone itself.

He ended off his Twitter statements with the reveal that to ensure the private flight was in line with the couple's beliefs he made sure it was carbon neutral by donating to the Carbon Footprint foundation. "I feel a profound sense of obligation to protect Harry and his family from the unnecessary press intrusion that contributed to Diana's untimely death", he continued.

It read: "Do YOUR little bit of GOOD where YOU ARE; it's THOSE LITTLE BITS of good put TOGETHER that OVERWHELM the WORLD".

Celebrities including singer Sir Elton John, pop star Pink and chat show host Ellen DeGeneres have all publicly defended Harry and Meghan.

Singer Elton John, however, denounced the media's coverage of the royal couple's travel methods as "distorted and malicious" in a lengthy Instagram post.

Hundreds of people were waiting outside Windsor Castle to hopefully catch a glimpse of Harry and Meghan on their way to St. George's Chapel, where they were Wednesday.

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