Kate Middleton lands in Cyprus in an olive green blazer and pants

Kate Middleton lands in Cyprus in an olive green blazer and pants

The Duchess of Sussex, who is now expecting her first child, popped up at the London university to join in a discussion on society and its biggest problems with students and school leaders.

Pregnant Meghan, 37, made an unannounced visit to King's College London yesterday, pictured.

The event, in partnership with the Royal British Legion charity, was held at the palace's Orangery, just a few hundred yards from where Prince William and Princess Kate live with their children Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 7 months. The coat featured stylish tortoiseshell buttons.

Meghan showed off her baby bump in a navy blue dress, while the Duke of Sussex wore the same color coat and trousers.

On Christmas Eve, the royals are expected to do a walkabout in Sandringham, as the event is a royal tradition and will this year offer fans another glimpse at Markle's growing bump.

Following the speech, Meghan and Michelle had a private "power meeting".

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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.

You might remember that a year ago the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on stage for the Royal Foundation Forum.

Her tweet was shared alongside a photo of Meghan, sitting at the head of a table and looking engaged as another attendee spoke.

The event was conducted in effort to help students and leaders collaborate on ways to use higher education as a means to "build a better world", according to the ACU's website.

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

She described the education of women and girls in developing countries as "vital", and called higher education's impact "incredible, impactful and pivotal".

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