Last week, Buckingham Palace announced that One Young World had partnered with The Queen's Commonwealth Trust to bring 53 young leaders from across the Commonwealth to attend the One Young World summit - which, according to the One Young World website is "a global forum for young leaders, bringing together 2,000 young people from over 190 countries around the world to accelerate social impact."
One Young World co-founders Kate Robertson and David Jones told Vanity Fair:
"We are thrilled that the Duchess of Sussex will be returning to our stage next week. She is a much-loved member of the One Young World community who has supported us since 2014; she's an inspiration to young leaders all over the world, and we're delighted to be partnering with the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, of which the Duchess is Vice President, to provide scholarships for young leaders from every Commonwealth country to attend the One Young World Summit in London."
According to the publication, Meghan became one of the One Young World counsellors for the 2014 summit in Dublin.
Starring as Rachel Zane on Suits at the time, the now-mother-of-one spoke of the importance of women's rights and the role men play in achieving equality.
"When I was asked to be a Counsellor at One Young World my response was a resounding 'yes.' One Young World invites young adults from all over the world who are actively working to transform the socio-political landscape by being the greater good. They are delegates who are speaking out against human rights violations, environmental crises, gender equality issues, discrimination and injustice. They are the change," the Duchess once said according to the One Young World website.
Meghan also attended the 2016 Summit in Ottawa.