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Mamá de Meghan Markle también muestra su lado más solidario

Mientras los duques de Sussex continúan con su visita oficial por África, en la que han apoyado diversas iniciativas humanitarias, la madre de Meghan ha participado en una carrera solidaria en LA.
lunes 30 septiembre 2019
Meghan Markle y Doria Ragland
Meghan repetirá la misma fórmula que en su boda para el bautizo de Archie y deja fuera a sus hermanastros.

En los primeros meses después del nacimiento de su pequeño Archie, la duquesa de Sussex contó con el apoyo inestimable de su madre Doria Ragland para ayudarla con los cuidados constantes que requiere un recién nacido. Sin embargo, ahora que la esposa del príncipe Enrique ha concluido su baja por maternidad y ha retomado su agenda oficial por todo lo alto con su viaje a Sudáfrica, Doria ha podido hacer lo propio con su vida en Los Ángeles, donde ha continuado residiendo desde que su única hija se mudara a Londres.

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Allí la antigua profesora de yoga y trabajadora social ha querido participar este domingo en un evento deportivo muy especial conocido como 'Alive & Running' cuyo objetivo es ayudar a aquellas personas que participan a honrar la memoria de sus seres queridos que se quitaron la vida y recaudar fondos para la organización Didi Hirsch que ofrece ayuda y apoyo para la prevención del suicidio.

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While in Johannesburg today, The Duchess of Sussex visited Victoria Yards, which celebrates the power of community, bringing local artisans and “makers” together to rebuild, support and learn from each other on a holistic level. It was an exceptional afternoon where The Duchess had the chance to connect with the children and founders of the phenomenal programme for kids’ development Timbuktu in The Valley. She was also struck by the local denim designer who founded eponymous brand Tshepo who shared this info about the logo for his line: “The crown on my jeans represents the three ladies who raised me. Enjoy wearing this crown.” Such a beautiful and touching sentiment! Artists, artisans, sculptors, metal workers and carpenters are all part of the fabric of Victoria Yards, but it also utilizes the power of The DICE programme which supports several other local organisations in their work with marginalised youth and women. These include: 94 Colours (run by The Duchess’ guides for the day, Hector and Sibusiso), CDP (a development programme for young unemployed and marginalised women that provides training to start creative enterprises), Enke (rebuilds the confidence and self-belief of unemployed youth through training and practical experience), 26’10 South (an architecture firm designing a local youth centre) and ReimagiNation (works with local secondary school students to create a social and creative enterprising mindset). Stay tuned for more updates from this special afternoon... #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica

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Haciendo gala de su discreción habitual, Doria completó la carrera de cinco kilómetros como una más, ataviada con unas mallas de color oscuro y una alegre camiseta de color salmón. Pese a sus intentos por pasar desapercibida, una imagen suya cruzando la meta con los brazos en alto y una amplia sonrisa no ha tardado en hacerse pública, lo que viene a confirmar de paso que a sus 63 años se encuentra muy en forma. Al igual que ella, los duques de Sussex también han convertido la normalización de las enfermedades mentales en una prioridad y en uno de los pilares de su trabajo humanitario.

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While in Johannesburg today, The Duchess of Sussex visited Victoria Yards, which celebrates the power of community, bringing local artisans and “makers” together to rebuild, support and learn from each other on a holistic level. It was an exceptional afternoon where The Duchess had the chance to connect with the children and founders of the phenomenal programme for kids’ development Timbuktu in The Valley. She was also struck by the local denim designer who founded eponymous brand Tshepo who shared this info about the logo for his line: “The crown on my jeans represents the three ladies who raised me. Enjoy wearing this crown.” Such a beautiful and touching sentiment! Artists, artisans, sculptors, metal workers and carpenters are all part of the fabric of Victoria Yards, but it also utilizes the power of The DICE programme which supports several other local organisations in their work with marginalised youth and women. These include: 94 Colours (run by The Duchess’ guides for the day, Hector and Sibusiso), CDP (a development programme for young unemployed and marginalised women that provides training to start creative enterprises), Enke (rebuilds the confidence and self-belief of unemployed youth through training and practical experience), 26’10 South (an architecture firm designing a local youth centre) and ReimagiNation (works with local secondary school students to create a social and creative enterprising mindset). Stay tuned for more updates from this special afternoon... #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica

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