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Over her seven years as Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, a sighting of Kate draped-in-diamond headwear was as rare as hearing her actually speak, but 2018 has been a year of change for the royal family and part of it means a more vocal - and dutifully dressed queen-in-waiting.

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.

It wasn't announced before, but the Duchess of Sussex made a trip to Kings College London to further learn about the effect of higher education.

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The Duchess joined university leaders to explore how further learning can address human trafficking, slavery and gender equality. Meghan was photographed sitting during the discussions, taking notes. During her royal tour of Fiji with husband Prince Harry in October, the Suits alum delivered a speech about women's education.

Coincidentally, Michelle had just recently spoken to Good Housekeeping about what advice she would offer Meghan if given the chance.

"As a university graduate, I know the personal feeling of pride and excitement that comes with attending university". It's hard enough to get women to talk about their periods, but for a prince of England to get up in a church and actually say the word "period" and "menstrual health" while addressing the congregation...to me it is a big deal. "Because when girls are given the right tools to succeed, they can create incredible futures, not only for themselves but also for those around them". The carol concert was tied to a charity called The Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, which raises money to "improve the quality of education in impoverished rural Ugandan schools by investing in buildings and providing hygienic and educational resources".

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