The Duchess of Sussex to become patron of National Theatre

According to the Mail on Sunday, the Duchess of Sussex prepares to take on the role of royal patron of the National Theatre. According to the source, Queen Elizabeth has given a new responsibility to the Duchess of Sussex. She is going to become the patron of the London's National Theatre, in addition to the her role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador. In the news, it is said that the Duchess have discussed the role when she met with Rufus Norris, the director of the National Theatre, in December.
Queen Elizabeth has given a new responsibility to the Duchess of Sussex. Meghan Markle is Commonwealth Youth Ambassador
The National Theatre is located in London's South Bank and was officially opened by the Queen in 1976 after it moved from its first home at the Old Vic. The company puts on more than a thousand performances every year. The National Theatre is a landmark theatre in London. However, the Duchess's role could reportedly be focused on the The American Associates of the National Theatre – a New York-based charity which supports the National Theatre's work in the U.K. and U.S.

6 comments:

  1. She’s a good fit for the role. I wish that in the future, she would highlight the work of smaller theatres and engage with theatre students and discuss the role of arts in mental health.

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    1. Yes, arts in mental health would add a nice dimension to the mental health causes already started by her husband and in-laws.

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  2. I think this Patron ship is a good fit for her.

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  3. She will bring a new spark of enthusiasm to this patronage.

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