Meghan Markle sent hand-written notes of encouragement to clients of the charity Smart Works UK.

Meghan continues to be Patron of the UK charity Smart Works, a free to access dressing and coaching service delivered both in person and remotely, to help women return to the work force.

In honour of International Women’s Day, Meghan took time  to send some words of encouragement to a few Smart Works clients, by way of hand-written notes that were sent out in packages of clothing. 

Kind thoughts for Meghan Markle
Per the Smart Works website, each of the notes was written "with kindness and care and included personalised messages for the women receiving them."

One of the notes read:

I wanted to offer my personal congratulations on landing a new position in public health – I can’t think of anything more important right now. And I’m so pleased to know that Smart Works supported you in the lead-up to your successful job interview.” 

And another notes sent to a client ahead of their job interview said: 

“I wanted to write personally to wish you every success in your upcoming interview. While any interview can feel daunting, I know that Smart Works has enabled you with the confidence to thrive throughout the process” … “You’ll be amazing in your interview remember deep breath and be yourself.” 

The UK tabloids will no doubt be doing what they usually do, in contacting hand-writing experts to inform us all what we can learn from Meghan's writing style!

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