Great Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, went out to her other royal engagement for two days.
A pregnant Duchess held her baby as she arrived at the Commonwealth University Association, one of her four new patronage, by The Sun.
For the 37-year-old, he was a tense beginning of the year, and her visit was sixth in just three weeks.
And on Friday (local time), she will head to Bristol with Prince Harry's seventh engagement to get to know the cultural history of the city.
But despite his full schedule, the ex-actress looked happy as he had always been greeted at the University of London.
Dressed in the black Givenchy coat and wrinkled dress, Meghan pulled her hair into the cake for a visit.
A decent job is in contrast to her usual disorderly appearance that she saw beauty experts who see the rise of people in hopes of mimicking the style.
Meghan received a rock star today while the students roamed and wailed when the king left the car.
During her tour, she talked with students and academics across the ACU network, helping to support more than 500 institutions in more than 50 Commonwealth countries.
He even talked to a student, Hilary Harawo, a student in Ghana, via Skype.
The fierce passion for education became clear when she spoke to Fiji about her own payment experiences in her own way.
In his fiery speech, Meghan has revealed that thanks to scholarships and financial aid programs he can attend a university, study theater and international relations.
After the Queen had given her new patronage at the beginning of the year, she visited each of the charities, as well as joining Prince Harry for two separate engagements.
It was discovered that Kensington Palace staff spent hours moderating and erasing scandalous comments directed at Meghan and Kate Middleton.
From sexist to racist objections – and by HI! even violent threats – the thrill of online abuse by both Duchess of their "rivals" fans is a serious problem.
Sun reports that although Meghan and Kate do not have their own accounts in social media, abuse is circulating among their fans, and the rival camps collide with two women on a daily basis.
From the insult to their personal appearance, to the absurd claims that Meghan has a "false" pregnancy hammer, trolling ranges from ridiculous to rather worried.
Some even use the hashtag #Megxit to share their views with one such tune: "Why #MeghanMarkle never wears a knot?"
– It's winter in England. Hulahopke do not go with a monthly drop? Will you crush the pillow? #megxit "
While toxic comments come from numerous Twitter accounts, this is not representative of all fans, and a few royal bloggers admit trolling "unheard of".
But unfortunately, it seems to be on a level worse than ever after one such fan, Charlotte, explained Elle UK that hatred of Meghan is "more sinister" than any abuse Kate has faced in the last decade.
"I started writing a blog about the Duchess of Cambridge a few weeks after the royal wedding in 2011," she told Elle.
"About six months before Harry and Meghan announced their engagement, I decided to blog about the future Duchess.
– Within 24 hours of starting Mad About Meghan blog, I was overwhelmed with negativity, classmind, snobbery, racism, and offensive views of Meghan.
"Although Kate certainly has suffered shocking comments on the Internet and horribly unkind articles, especially during pre-wedding (and pre-engaged) days with the title" Waity Katie ", it was something more sinister and more flameless in reaction to Meghan."
Other Duchess bloggers shared a similar opinion with creator Instagram @Harry_Meghan_Updates explaining that he regularly erases "bad" comments and even publishes statements that remind followers to be kind.
The abuse has become so serious that it is now said that staff are looking for help from Instagram to try to solve the problem.
One source for HI!: "You can delete and report and block people, and the police have options for certain people.
"That's something you have to manage because there is no other way to control it."