But it hasn’t stopped the Duchess of Sussex from sharing a heartfelt message about something close to her heart — animal welfare.
The duchess has remained Patron of Mayhew following Megxit and penned a message for the UK charity’s annual report, praising the organisation and others like it for their efforts during the pandemic.
“When I reflect on 2020, I always come back to the importance of community and connection,” the duchess wrote. “We may have been forced apart, but we found new ways to be close and to support each other through this shared crisis. For many of us, this was made all the easier with our pets by our side.”
The new mum, who gave birth on June 4 to her daughter with Prince Harry, also touched on her miscarriage last July, writing about grief experienced over the past year.
“Over the last year, each of us have felt the profound effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic,” Meghan began.
“Be it the loss of a loved one, the health challenges far too many faced, or the disproportionate life changes everyone has experienced, it has been an overwhelming process of grief, growth and also of gratitude.
“I have heard from so many of you…