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Meghan Markle is reportedly feeling "stressed" and "miserable" in her new role as a royal.

Markle, who is expecting her baby with Prince Harry this spring, is inheriting two causes from Queen Elizabeth II: the National Theatre and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Markle will also take on patronage of The Mayhew, an animal welfare charity, and Smart Works, an organisation which aims to empower women by helping unemployed and vulnerable women return to the workplace.

Kensington Palace confirmed Meghan would be visiting the Smart Works today, and will be making public visits to the other three organisations over the coming weeks.

Meghan's first sole royal patronages will champion education, women's employment and animal welfare.

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The Royal soon-to-be parents have been favouring their historic farmhouse retreat in Oxfordshire, with reports confirming they've hosted many A-listers at the country bolthole, including Amal and George Clooney, Serena Williams, Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas and Doria Ragland, Meghan's mother. "We would like to thank Her Majesty The Queen for her support, and we look forward to working closely with The Duchess as our Patron". The Duke and Duchess might also turn one or two of the extra rooms into a home office so they don't always have to make the trek to London (which is about an hour away from Windsor).

Meghan began her public charitable work in the United Kingdom soon after she Wednesday Prince Harry in May.

Other organizations she has been a part of as a vocal feminist include One World Vision and United Nations Women. The dress, named the Eliza Dress, is the first maternity dress she's worn since her pregnancy announcement in October.

"Members of the royal family can use their patronages to shape their legacy as members of the royal family", Murphy told ABC News. Andrews writes that the duo consider the Cotswold pad as "more of a home" than their current residence, Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace.


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