Meghan Markle has already proved her mettle to members of the royal family and others who she has met in the course of her activities. She is now keen to interact with women of Commonwealth countries and help them change their outlook. In order to give a shape to her ideas, she will conduct a couple of solo engagements during her visit to Fiji.

News AU reports that the Duchess of Sussex will attend a morning tea to celebrate women’s organizations at the British High Commissioner’s Residence. She will then go it alone to visit female stallholders at Suva market.

These women are involved in activities of the UN. She and Prince Harry are also scheduled to give speeches when they visit the University of the South Pacific.

Meghan has certain ideas in mind

The Duchess of Sussex has emerged as a woman who can ring in changes. From being an actress in “Suits” she has now become a much-loved member of the British royal family. During her visit to Fiji, she wants to engage in activities that will “inspire change in the island nation.”

Fiji wants to empower women and wants them to look at alternative options apart from domestic chores.

It seems the hosts have finalized Meghan’s engagements based on her strengths and interests. They have been impressed by her ability to pass on a message and have mentioned the launch of her cookbook Together. Incidentally, Meghan Markle had given a speech in 2015 at the UN headquarters. The occasion was the UN Women’s annual conference.

Packed program for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

According to People, the royal couple has a packed program during their Royal tour to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga. They will arrive in Sydney on October 16 for the 16-day tour and their first halt will be at the Taronga Zoo. Here they will meet two koalas and their joeys as a part of the institution’s breeding program.

The Royal couple will also interact with conservation scientists who are working on efforts to reduce illegal wildlife trafficking.

There will be a tour across Sydney Harbor to the Sydney Opera House to watch an entertainment program organized by local performers. The main item on the agenda of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be to focus on the youth and encourage them to involve in various activities including issues connected to the environment.

The Royal couple will Travel from Sydney to other major cities and return to Sydney for the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games. Here Harry will climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge and raise the Invictus Games flag to declare the games open.