It has already been a real tour for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who are in the midst of a two-week adventure through Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji, and have just announced Markle's pregnancy. On Wednesday, the focus was again on the Duchess of Sussex, who delivered her first official travel speech during her visit to Fiji. His focus: the value of education, especially for women. Markle talked about his own trip to higher education, including the payment of his title.
"It was through scholarships, financial aid and work-study programs, where my earnings from a job on campus went directly to my enrollment, that I was able to attend college," he said in the speech. "And, without a doubt, it was worth every effort." (Markle attended Northwestern University in Chicago, IL).
"Everyone should have the opportunity to receive the education they want, but the most important thing is that they have the right to receive," he continued.
She followed her statements with the announcement of two new grants through the Commonwealth for local universities in Fiji, supporting the empowerment of female staff.
This is not the first time that Markle has defended women's rights, having previously been a Women's Advocate, World Vision's World Ambassador and vocal advocate of better access to feminine hygiene products in developing countries.