The mother-to-be stopped by Kings College London to meet with university leaders, academics and worldwide scholarship students to "explore how higher education can help build a better world", the Association of Commonwealth University reads .
During the event, which was sponsored by the Association of Commonwealth University (ACU), Markle engaged with professors, scholarship students and leaders in conversations surrounding a number of things Markle is passionate about, like gender equality, ending modern slavery, solutions to human trafficking, peace and reconciliation and climate change.
The royal mom-to-be wore a dark outfit for the occasion, while styling her dark tresses down. She reportedly jotted down notes on a pad during the discussion. The Duchess has previously highlighted the importance of education.
"She wants to be on hand to help Meghan and Harry with the baby". From the moment you receive your acceptance letter, to the exams you spend countless late nights studying for, the lifelong friendships you make with your fellow alumni, and the moment you receive your diploma.
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They also talked about shared experiences of pregnancy and raising children, plus shared causes including girls' education.
Fans were endeared by Meghan and Michelle striking up a friendship, but it was only a matter of time as both Michelle and the former POTUS Barack Obama are close friends of Prince Harry, Prince William and Duchess Catherine.
Pippa Middleton and her husband, James Matthews, also attended the service. Photos of Meghan leaving the event showed the royal's growing baby bump, which appears to have popped!