The group of 72 women are supporting Meghan in her stand against media coverage of her and her family.
Though she is concerned for her in-laws and hopes that Prince Harry and Meghan aren't miserable in their fight against the tabloid press, the Duchess of Cambridge is, reportedly, quietly behind her embattled family.
The letter also reads that some stories about Meghan contain "outdated, colonial undertones".
And while numerous women at the event are honored to be speaking with royalty, Markle tells them, "I find that when you strip all the layers away, as people, and especially as women, we can find deep connection with each other, and a shared understanding".
Meghan, 38, opened up about going through a "difficult time" in order to deal with media scrutiny over the past two years.
Members of the royal family traditionally don't use a surname; they are simply known by their first name or title in the public eye, and His or Her Royal Highness.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been criticized for their lack of awareness.
The Duchess was grateful for the support, and reached out the Holly, who was one of the leaders behind the publication of the open letter. "We really want to welcome her to our society and I'm afraid not all of the articles in our national press really reflect that and it's time that that stops". Then the queen removed a photo of the couple that had a prominent spot in her audience room in Buckingham Palace. But she takes it very, very personally, and I can understand it.
Duchess's remarks come after Meghan and Prince Harry mentioned their lives within the public highlight throughout a latest ITV documentary.
Jones felt that Markle forgot to consider the African people by thinking too much of herself when she was around the poorest of the poor individuals.
"I didn't know that. It turned out she moved to Britain", the reporter said.
She is a supporter of the organisation as it helps women from disadvantaged backgrounds get their lives back on track by giving them a second chance.
Yes, they are now public figures and seen as representatives of the United Kingdom however, they should still be treated with respect instead of the press actively searching for things to use against the couple.