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Smart Works is one of four of Meghan's patronages, the other three of which include the National Theatre, The Association of Commonwealth Universities, and Mayhew.

Meghan, who Wednesday Prince Harry in May, will now assume her role as the royal patron of several charitable organisations.

A royal moment! Meghan Markle wore her first maternity dress since announcing her pregnancy with Prince Harry, and she slayed like a queen, er, duchess. She held meetings and conducted private meetings with each organisation prior to announcing the patronages and will undertake public visits over the coming weeks.

As she greeted Smart Works officials with a kiss on both cheeks, Meghan toted Victoria Beckham's Vanity Box Bag and a pair of beige suede gloves.

Who better to champion higher education than Markle, especially after that speech on women's education that she gave while on her first Australian royal tour.

Kensington Palace said Thursday that Meghan will take over two roles as patron that have for decades been held by Queen Elizabeth II and is taking two other roles as well.

Meghan will have an affinity with the National theatre after spending a decade working in television where she was best known for her role in the hit USA legal drama series Suits, playing paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's love nest is speculated to be set on the same peaceful 4000 acre grounds as Soho Farmhouse, where Meghan went for some 'her' time before her wedding.

'The Duchess is delighted to become Patron of both national and grassroots organisations that are part of the fabric of the United Kingdom, and is very much looking forward to working with them to bring wider public attention to their causes'.

"Over the previous year, Her Royal Highness has held meetings and conducted private visits with each of these organisations", the Palace said.

Ruma had been out of work for nearly a year before securing part-time role and is set to come back to the charity for a set of new outfits from the Dressing Room for her new job.

As a known dog (and animal) lover, the royal "has long understood the connection between animals and community welfare", making her the flawless person to support the cause.

"Members of the royal family can use their patronages to shape their legacy as members of the royal family", Murphy told ABC News.

And now, over 12 hours later, Kensington Palace has revealed the news itself.

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