The Duchess of Sussex visits the charity ‘Justice for Girls’ in Vancouver

Photos of the Duchess of Sussex have appeared visiting another charity in Vancouver on Tuesday.

The charity Justice for Girls posted two black and white photos on Twitter and shows Meghan posing with several women in an office.

“Yesterday, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, visited to discuss climate justice for girls and the rights of indigenous peoples,” said the post. “It was great to talk about the importance of a holistic approach to social justice and the leadership power of young women.”

Justice for Girls conducts promotional and outreach activities to help girls access education and promote girls’ human rights.

Meghan also spent part of Tuesday afternoon visiting a women’s center in downtown Eastside. International photographers had camped to see her on Vancouver Island and took pictures of her boarding a floating plane that apparently took her to the mainland.

The Downtown Eastside Women’s Center then posted a photo of Meghan posing with several of her employees.

“Look who we have tea with today!” The publication read. “The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, visited us today to discuss issues that affect women in the community.”

The Downtown Eastside Women’s Center offers everything from meals to clothing and access to computers for women and children in the neighborhood. It also operates a low barrier emergency shelter.

Kate Gibson, interim executive director of the center, said Meghan’s visit lasted more than an hour and she was interested in hearing about the work the organization does for women in the neighborhood.

“I was very interested in the plight of women in our community. And I would really like to learn more about things that interest you, such as women’s issues,” Gibson said. “She has a real heart for that.”

With files by Andrew Weichel of CTV News Vancouver


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