Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle's National Theater patronage was announced today but was quickly taken down. Pictured: Markle miles as she leaves the Hubb Community Kitchen to see how funds raised by the 'Together: Our Community' Cookbook are making a difference at Al Manaar, North Kensington on November 21, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Meghan Markle was recently named patron of the National Theater, but the official announcement by the organization was quickly taken down.

The National Theater published a press release about Markle’s new role in the organization, and it was also uploaded by The Daily Telegraph journalist Hannah Furness on Twitter. However, the announcement was taken down just minutes after it was uploaded.

As of late, it is still unclear why the National Theater took down the press release, but it is possible that Kensington Palace and Queen Elizabeth II’s staff should be the first ones to make the announcement.

In the coming days, royal fans would know whether or not Markle was really appointed as the patron of the National Theater, a role that was previously given to Her Majesty. The 92-year-old monarch is currently reassigning some of her tasks to the younger royals in preparation for her retirement in the coming years.

The Queen also gave Kate Middleton the role of patron for the National Portrait Gallery and Victoria and Albert Museum. The Duchess of Cambridge is fit for the role because she previously studied art at the University of St. Andrews.

Her Majesty first opened the National Theater located in London’s South Bank four decades ago. Her decision to give Markle the new role is reportedly aimed at helping to build a link between the New York-based charity and the American Associates.

Markle’s background as a former actress in Hollywood and as the lead star in the USA Network series “Suits” makes her a wonderful choice for the job. Markle also took up theater when she was in the university.

In related news, Markle is also gearing up for two important milestones during the first quarter of 2019. Next Monday, she and Prince Harry will head to Birkenhead for the first time for an official engagement.

Markle is also scheduled to give birth to her first child in the Spring. The season normally starts in March and ends in June. But based on Markle’s growing baby bump, it is possible that the Duchess of Sussex will give birth in early Spring.