Meghan Markle shares 'sneak peek' of her new fashion line after making surprise appearance at photoshoot to promote charity
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, 38, posted a video of herself making a 'surprise' appearance at a fashion photo shoot to promote her new workwear capsule collection in association with Smart Works Charity in London.
In a sneak peek video shared on Instagram, the Duchess is seen helping coordinate the shoot for the workwear collection. The video is set to Bill Withers' 1977 hit 'Lovely Day'.
The new line was announced during Meghan's Vogue campaign. The charity is one of Meghan's first patronages and helps women from underprivileged backgrounds get ready for job interviews. The charity provides them with new outfits and coaching.
As reported by Bazaar.com, a source shared, "Meghan surprised everyone at Smart Works when she showed up for the shoot."
The mother of one was seen sporting a loose blue and white striped cotton shirt designed by Frank & Eileen which she matched to a pair of navy skinny jeans. She finished off the look with a pair of nude stilettos.
Meghan was also seen welcoming the women arriving to take part in the shoot with a huge smile and warm hugs. She was seen laughing and joking with the women as they dressed in items from the collection.
Meghan was seen watching over the shoulder of the photographer and took a keen interest in the end result.
In the last couple of seconds of the video, Meghan turns to the camera and claps excitedly, delighted with the pictures.
The video was captioned, "Sneak peek at the new Smart Works charity capsule collection shoot, ahead of the autumn launch. An initiative supporting the Smart Works collective which will equip women entering the workforce with the key workwear essentials they need… Coming soon."
Meghan's latest appearance follows outrage over her use of four private jets over just 11 days. Many claimed the lifestyle of the royals totally contradicts their stand on environmental issues. Royal experts said the British public has no interest in being "lectured on climate change by those who don't do follow their own advice."