The Duchess of Sussex made her first solo royal engagement on Tuesday evening when she attended the opening of a major art exhibition in London.
Her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge carried out her first solo engagement, standing in for Prince Charles at a private fundraising dinner, in October 2011, nearly six months after her wedding day.
The event is the first of its kind held in Britain and marks 250 years since Captain James Cook first travelled to the region.
Later, the Duchess met with curators and artists from the Academy, and she also wanted a performance from Ngāti Rānana, a Māori cultural group.
Getting a sneak peak of the exhibition, which displays current and historic art from the Pacific Islands, Prince Harry's wife looked attractive with a pink lip and a touch of bronzer.
Meghan arrived in towering stiletto heels for an awards ceremony at Loughborough University - but still got stuck into a sports masterclass.
The Coach Core is a program that helps train youth to become coaches and train the next generation.
The couple showed their competitive streaks in a shoot-out, standing back to back as they picked a ball from a basket and threw it to a teammate to start a chain of passes that end with a shot on goal. According to People, the duchess tells of a tiny piece of blue fabric-her "something blue"-that was sewn into the veil, in a short clip from the upcoming film (due out on October 1 on HBO)".