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Meghan Markle wrote handwritten notes to women in the U.K. who are trying to return to the workforce after being unemployed.
Although the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry have stepped down as senior members of the royal family and moved to California, they maintain a relationship with the U.K.-based organization Smart Works. The organization provides clothing and coaching to unemployed women to help them rejoin the workforce and get the ball rolling on a career.
Smart Works took to Instagram on Tuesday to reveal that Markle showed off her calligraphy skills by writing personal, handwritten notes of encouragement, each spanning one or two sentences, to wish the women who participate in the organization luck on their job interviews.
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"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," Markle wrote in one.