Meghan Markle pictured kissing a girl while coaching girls in an entrepreneurship course during the Invictus Games
Meghan Markle was revealed to be coaching girls as part of an entrepreneurship course during the Invictus Games.
While in the Netherlands for husband Prince Harry’s sporting event in April, the Duchess of Sussex took on the role of guest coach for the programme.
The Amsterdam-based Project Fearless initiative aims to provide tools for girls and non-binary youth aged 9-14 to succeed in after-school programs.
Meghan was seen hugging a happy child participant and clapping with her palm up in a squad taken with the teenagers in photos released by the Dutch non-profit on Monday.
The Duchess sits cross-legged in a talking circle and stands in front of a whiteboard in another photo.
“Safe and supportive spaces like Project Fearless allow girls to express themselves, build each other up, build resilience and take on new challenges,” Meghan remarked.
Skateboarding and kickboxing are among the activities on offer, along with lessons in climate science and entrepreneurship.
The Duchess’ visit was announced to commemorate the third anniversary of the project.
According to the article, the former actress assisted students with their business presentations and “enthusiastic” participated in a group exercise on conquering fears.
The organization explained that “earlier this year, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex joined our first entrepreneurship course as a guest coach.”
“During her visit, she gave the girls inspiring and encouraging feedback on their sustainable business presentations, and enthusiastically joined in a group exercise on how to deal with fears.”
Project Fearless founder Merida Miller added that “The Duchess’ visit was a great way to celebrate the impact Project Fearless has had over the past three years, introducing girls to an accessible role model who makes a difference. and use his voice.”