Meghan, Duchess Sussex, had a sari and accepted traditional Indian culture, appeared in a never-before-seen snapshot of the trip he made in January 2017.
The 37-year-old traveled to New Delhi and Mumbai shortly after her romance with Prince Harry became public as part of her work with the World Vision Charity Society, according dailymail.co.uk.
She wanted to highlight issues of gender equality and the limited access of girls to education in the country.
At the time of her journey, the news of her novel with Prince Harry just appeared.
During the trip, Meghan visited schools and helped paint a mural and plant a flower in the gardens.
She wore a sari with shades of blue and green and also wore a traditional tilak on her forehead.
While attending school, Meghan said, "We found that enrollment in this school grew three times after building grounds, so girls have access to clean hygienic and toilet facilities while they are at school."
She said some girls were forced to leave school because they did not have "bathrooms available for themselves".
During her trip, Meghan participated in high-level meetings with various non-governmental organizations, including the public with Shamina Shafiqo, a former member of the National Commission for Women.
She also met her with the foundation of Myna Mahila, who works with women and girls living in urban metropolis Mumbai.