Meghan Markle makes secret visit to Kings College London

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The mother-to-be stopped by Kings College London to meet with university leaders, academics and worldwide scholarship students to "explore how higher education can help build a better world", the Association of Commonwealth University reads . 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". But a picture shared by the ACU following the meeting showed Meghan taking centre stage in the discussion.

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. The Duchess has previously highlighted the importance of education.

The event follows her speech to students at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji in October.

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"As a university graduate, I know the personal feeling of pride and excitement that comes with attending university".

Meghan Markle stepped out with her baby bump and gave students at King's College the surprise of a lifetime on Wednesday.

"Everyone should be afforded the opportunities to receive the education they want, but more importantly, the education they have the right to receive".

She described the education of women and girls in developing countries as "vital", and called higher education's impact "incredible, impactful and pivotal". The ceremony was hosted by the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, a charity honoring Prince Harry and Prince William's late friend.

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