Hot Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has performed for her second royal commitment in London for two days.
The pregnant Duchess took her child when she arrived at the Commonwealth Association of Associations, one of four new patronages, the Sun reports.
The 37-year-old was a busy start and a visit to her sixth engagement in just three weeks.
And even on Friday (in local time), Bristol will perform with Prince Harry, the seventh, to learn about the cultural history of the city.
But despite her full schedule, the former actress seemed happy as she was ever invited to the University of London.
She wore a black coat and a knitted dress, and Meghan took her hair for her visit.
The neat upside-up is in contradiction with the usual disordered look that saw beauty experts see the growth of people hoping to imitate this style.
Meghan today welcomed a welcome rock star when students were excited and waved when the king stepped out of the car.
During her tour she spoke with ACU students and academic staff to help support more than 500 institutions across 50 Commonwealth countries.
She even spoke to a student, Hilary Harawa, a student in Ghana, via Skype.
Meghan's passion for education first became clear when she spoke in Fiji of her own experiences in paying her own trip.
In a fiery speech, Meghan showed that through scholarships and financial aid programs she is able to attend university, study theater and international relations.
After the Queen received her new patronage at the beginning of the year, she visited each of the charities as she joined Prince Harry for two separate assignments.
It turns out that employees of the Kensington Palace have spent hours moderating and removing abusive commentaries on Meghan and Kate Middleton.
From sexist to racist remarks – and by HI! even violent threats – the story of online abuse of both duchesses from their "rival" fans is becoming a serious problem.
Sun while Meghan and Kate do not have their own social media accounts, abuse is among their fans, while rival camps cultivate both women against each other daily.
From the insult to their personal appearance, to the sad claim that Meghan sports a "false" increase in pregnancy, the trolling moves from ridiculous to rather related.
Some even use the #Megxit hashtag to share their views with one such troll tweeting: "Why #MeghanMarkle never wear trousers?
"In England, it's winter, and stockings will not go with the moon storm, will it be a pillow?" # Megxit "
While toxic comments come from many Twitter accounts, it is not representative of all fans, with several royal bloggers admitting that trolling is "outrageous."
Unfortunately, it seems to be worse than ever before, as one of the fans explained, Charlotte Elle The UK, that hatred for Meghan is "more sinister" than any abuse Kate has faced in the past decade.
"I started blogging about the Duchess of Cambridge week after the Royal Wedding in 2011," she said Elle.
"About six months before Harry and Meghan announced their commitment, I decided to blog about the future Duchess.
"Within 24 hours of starting Mad about Megan blog, I was overwhelmed by negativity, classicism, snobbery, racism, and abusive attitudes about Meghan.
"While Kate undoubtedly resisted shocking comments online and terribly unwise articles, especially on pre-Christmas (and pre-commenced) days with the headline" Waity Katie, "Meghan's reaction was something far more sinister and more terrifying.
Other duchess bloggers share a similar opinion, with the creator of Instagram @ Harry_Meghan_Updates explaining that he regularly removes "bad" comments and even posts that remind followers to be kind.
Abuse has become so terrible that employees are now saying they are looking for help from Instagram to try to tackle this problem.
The source said HI!: "You can delete and report and block people and the police have options around certain people.
"It's something you have to manage because there's no other way to handle it."
– with the sun