Published: Thu, December 06, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Pregnant Meghan Markle Makes Surprise Solo Appearance in London

Pregnant Meghan Markle Makes Surprise Solo Appearance in London

Meghan was photographed sitting during the discussions, taking notes. The Duchess of Sussex made an announced solo visit to the King's College London on Wednesday, December 5.

In addition to the equality issue, the group discussed issues such as climate change, peach and reconciliation, as well as human trafficking and modern slavery - two causes also very close to Princess Eugenie's heart.

And I'm crediting Royal Meghan for making it happen. Fans have loved watching the duchess's pregnancy progress, from the sweet early moments when the first-time mom cradled her bump while on tour with Prince Harry to her sequinned black-tie outing to the Royal Variety Performance a few weeks back. The former American actress, 37, was on hand to attend an Association of Commonwealth Universities event to see how higher education can "help build a better world".

Meghan spoke at the time of her struggle to finance her higher education and her "personal feeling of pride and excitement" when she studied for her degree.

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The Duchess has previously highlighted the importance of education.

Meghan said: "Everyone should be afforded the opportunity to receive the education they want, but more importantly the education they have the right to receive".

A woman, believed to be a protection officer, entered the pub first to ask bar staff if a little girl could use the bathroom. Photos of Meghan leaving the event showed the royal's growing baby bump, which appears to have popped!

The unexpected appearance comes a day after the former Suits actress and Prince Harry attended the Christmas Carol Service in honor of her husband's late friend, Henry van Straubenzee, who died in a auto accident in 2002 at the age of 18. The carol concert was tied to a charity called The Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, which raises money to "improve the quality of education in impoverished rural Ugandan schools by investing in buildings and providing hygienic and educational resources".

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