The Duchess of Sussex has just revealed her first solo royal patronages, which will be the focus of her charitable and humanitarian work, and there are four of them-all dealing with issues the mom-to-be is passionate about.
Two patronages have been handed over to the former actress from Queen Elizabeth, who served a patron to the associations for decades - The National Theatre and The Association of Commonwealth Universities.
Kensington Palace said that over the past 12 months Meghan "has held meetings and conducted private visits" with each of her four new charities or organisations.
Meghan has previously spoken in support of championing the arts, and has expressed she wishes to use her position to make a difference to the arts sector.
Meghan told this story whilst picking out accessories for another woman during her Royal visit.
Meghan accepted honorary roles with the National Theatre, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Smart Works, which helps vulnerable or long-term unemployed women find jobs, and Mayhew, an animal welfare organisation.
Meghan, who is a big animal lover, will also be patron of animal charity The Mayhew.
"We look forward to working closely with the duchess and hope that, together, we can help even more animals and people".
As she greeted Smart Works officials with a kiss on both cheeks, Meghan toted Victoria Beckham's Vanity Box Bag and a pair of beige suede gloves.
Meghan also recently met with The National Theatre's artistic director Rufus Norris at the palace, The Telegraph reports.
Since Meghan and Harry married, the supposed confidant claims the 37-year-old "rarely lets Harry see his friends".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pictured attending the unveiling of The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy in Redvale on October 30, 2018 in Auckland, New Zealand.
"She has done so much research".
During her tour of the headquarters, the Duchess spoke to a number of women who worked for, and who had benefited from, the outfitting service.