The Duchess of Sussex has launched her clothing line for the women’s charity Smart Works in London.
Smart Works, which the duchess is patron of, provides high-quality clothes and one-to-one interview preparation to long-term unemployed women.
She decided to intervene when she noticed a lack in variety of sizes and styles being donated. Speaking at the launch, she joked that during one visit there were “40-50 lilac blazers” hanging on the rails.
It was the duchess’ first official public engagement since the birth of her son, Prince Archie.