"My first job [was] when I was 14", the Duchess said, according to The Daily Telegraph's Hannah Furness.
"He [Harry] took my phone and took a photo of me and Meghan together". "It give you a good work ethic, right?"
"I went to an all-girls school which was incredibly diverse as well", she said.
At the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank last week, Kate Middleton's sister, Pippa, made an impact with her Emilia Wickstead emerald green dress. You have an intention set to really do something to change the world, and you have to keep it up.
"Sometimes you can talk about breaking protocol, there are also conversations about Meghan breaking protocol, I think there was a lengthy conversation about Meghan closing her vehicle door about whether that was breaking protocol. We give you our full support".
In a handwritten signed note pinned to the wreath, Harry wrote, "In memory of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice and in recognition of the men and women for whom the scars endure".
Anthony Carroll, known as Harries, added: "It was incredible, they're such attractive, down-to-earth people". "Everyone looks back and says they could've prepared better, but I'm here now and I can't wait".
Charlotte Connell, a OneWave member, said Harry spoke of his own experiences seeking counselling more than 20 years after his mother, Princess Diana, died in a vehicle crash in a Paris tunnel in 1997 when he was aged 12.
Before the challenge Meghan attended an an Anzac ceremony in an elegant black frock by New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead, paired with a Phillip Treacy hat. "Very pretty as well".
"Even in her jetlagged state, she got up in the morning and did yoga at 4.30 a.m.", Connell said.
BRITAIN's Prince Harry climbed Australia's Harbour Bridge yesterday, accompanied by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, during a royal tour that broke with the usual staid routine of such events to involve him and his wife Meghan in a group hug on Bondi Beach.