A photo of Meghan with the Queen was posted on the monarch’s official Twitter account with the words’ Wishing The Duchess of Sussex a very happy birthday! “.
A similar message appeared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s account.
🎂🎈 Wishing the Duchess of Sussex a very happy birthday!
📸 The Queen and Duchess are pictured on a joint visit to Chester in 2018. pic.twitter.com/jTv8NmISYo
– The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) August 4, 2020
The Duchess’s birthday celebrations follow 12 months that saw her leave the UK and live as a member of the monarchy with Harry and his son Archie, to live in Los Angeles after breaking her royal duties in matters of personal and financial freedom.
The couple moved to the United States with their 14-month-old son a few weeks before the coronavirus the pandemic struck and have been living in lockdown ever since.
Anniversary celebrations should be low-key as the state of California would have the highest number of COVID-19[feminine[feminine case in America.
She and Harry have spoken out on a variety of issues, most notably the renewed emphasis on equality and race that followed the death of George Floyd when a Minneapolis policeman knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes.
As the Black Lives Matter movement gathered momentum, Meghan, who was the first Métis person to marry a senior royal, gave an impassioned speech at her former high school after Mr Floyd’s death, speaking of her ‘utter devastation To racial divisions.
The issue of racial equality is expected to be at the center of their public work when the couple officially launch their new charity, Archewell, to replace their disbanded UK-based Royal Sussex foundation.
Meghan is leading legal action in the UK and US, suing Mail On Sunday and the publisher of MailOnline Associated Newspapers after articles published last year included parts of a handwritten letter she sent to his former father.
The Sussexes also began legal proceedings in July in Los Angeles after drones were reportedly used to take pictures of Archie.
And the Duke and Duchess have been working behind the scenes to urge senior leaders around the world to show solidarity with groups calling for a boycott of Facebook.
They spoke with a number of organizations to promote the Stop Hate For Profit campaign, which calls on companies to halt advertising on the platform due to the social network’s inability to do more to suppress speech from hatred.
A source said: ‘As we develop Archewell, one of the areas the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has been keen to address is online hate speech, and we have been working with civil rights groups and of racial justice. ”
Harry and Meghan stopped using their HRH styles and ceased to be members of the Royal Family at the end of March, earning them some money.
The Sussexes wrote to a number of UK tabloid newspapers after moving to the United States, saying they would no longer cooperate with them after seeing people’s lives’ fall apart ‘because’ salacious gossip increases ad revenue “.
It is unclear how the couple will support themselves without the money they would have received as members of the Royal Family, although there has been speculation about the book and lecture tour contracts that they will receive. ‘they could have signed.