Meghan Markle’s subtle nod to William as details of Dusseldorf trip emerges

Meghan Markle rounded up her and Prince Harry’s recent trip to Germany with a solo visit to a women’s homeless cafe – a subtle nod to her brother-in-law, Prince William.

Just as Prince William’s trip to the US commenced, photos have emerged of Meghan’s secret visit to TrebeCafé in Germany.

Her visit has been interpreted as a subtle nod to her brother-in-law, as William recently launched his new project, Homewards – which hopes to raise awareness – and ultimately eradicate – homelessness in the UK.

Meghan travelled to Germany last week to join Prince Harry for the 2023 Invictus Games, which took place in Dusseldorf.

Despite the focus being on Harry’s work, Meghan made time to stop at the cafe, even speaking to a lady there named Aylin Aydemir.

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The pictures, which were spotted on a fan page dedicated to the Duchess of Sussex, showed Meghan pictured with Aylin.

The images are undated but are believed to have been taken just before Meghan and Harry left Germany last week.

Meghan, who opted for a monochrome look, wore a cable knit long-sleeved top and pleated black wide-leg trousers, both by the brand Toteme.

According to the fan page who shared the images, TrebeCafé helps women and girls “find respite, nourishment and a compassionate ear for their troubles”.

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Around the same time that Meghan is believed to have been on the visit, Prince William was preparing to land in the Sussexes’ home country of the United States for a week of Earthshot events.

Meghan’s visit appeared to give a subtle nod to Prince William, with the royal holding a connection to homelessness.

William’s project Homewards, which was launched in June, plans to “end homelessness” and make it “rare, brief and unrepeated”.

The project, which is deemed a “transformative five-year, locally led programme”, was launched by Prince William and The Royal Foundation of the Prince and Princess of Wales.

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During Meghan’s visit, she also met a little girl – who looked to be around the same age as her own daughter Lilibet – who presented her with a dish.

In the image, Meghan can be seen bending down to the little girl’s height during their sweet interaction.

Meghan arrived in Germany on Monday, September 11 – remaining alongside Harry until the Games ended on September 16.

Despite their parents being in Europe, the couple’s two children, Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two, remained at their home in the US.

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