On Thursday morning, Kensington Palace announced that Markle, who is expecting her first child with husband Prince Harry, will also be working with The National Theatre, The Association of Commonwealth Universities and Mayhew.
Harry and Meghan will travel to Wirral on Monday, January 14 to see several organisations which support and empower groups within the Birkenhead community.
Meanwhile, it's no surprise that Meghan, a vocal feminist, chose an organization focused on helping women regain the skills and confidence to find jobs after unemployment.
The Duchess spent ten years working in television and her training is in theatre. The pregnant royal donned a £2,492.63 sand-coloured cotton-twill coat from Oscar de la Renta with a more affordable £170 black dress by U.S. maternity label Hatch.
The duchess's chic maternity frock is fairly affordable compared to her past looks, retailing at $287.96, so we wouldn't be surprised if it sells out fast.
Like Meghan, Kate made a solo appearance as she learned about the exhibition.
Fans went wild for the former actress's cow-print Gianvitto Rossi pumps.
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Karwai Tang via Getty ImagesMeghan's cow-print shoes were certainly eye-catching.
In the coming weeks she will also undertake public visits to the other three organisations. One of the services Smart Works provides is clothing and accessories - outfits for interviews for women who don't have resources to be able make a strong first impression.
Royal reporters Rebecca English and Richard Palmer managed to catch the duchess in action and shared clips on Twitter.
Speaking to Elle.com, a royal source close to the Sussexes described the reports as about Meghan being hard as "absolutely untrue".
"It was so exhilarating to meet the duchess".
Asked how she felt about her new look, which featured a red and white dress, Mrs Wardally said: "More confident, more attractive, I looked in the mirror and I know it's me, but the difference in my esteem and everything has just shot through the roof".
"She has done so much research".