The Duchess of Sussex, who is now expecting her first child, popped up at the London university to join in a discussion on society and its biggest problems with students and school leaders. The memorial fund "aims to fight poverty in Uganda through education".
The couple were walking through the grounds when they noticed "snow" on the ground, when suddenly they were jolted by a blower dispensing fake snow as they made their arrival to the event. Her hair was pulled back in her signature low messy bun, and Harry coordinated with his wife in a navy blue jacket and lighter button down.
The duchess's younger sister, Pippa, recently attended the Christmas Carol Service at St Luke's Church in England alongside her husband, James Matthews, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
According to Sunday Times royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah, both Harry and Markle were involved in the service, with Markle giving a reading of the poem "Our Deepest Fear" by Marianne Williamson and Harry sharing an appeal for the charity.
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The royal kept her accessories to a minimum but appeared to be wearing the $70 (£54) "jamie love ring" from LA-based jeweller Meredith Hahn.
Meghan's husband Prince Harry is historically close with former President Barack Obama, hanging out with him and Joe Biden at the 2017 Invictus Games and interviewing him for a BBC radio story that broadcast later that year, with Obama joking that he was a fan of Suits, the drama that famously starred Meghan during her acting days.
"Absolutely!" the royal responded in a video shared by Harry_Meghan_Updates on Instagram. "It'll be really special".