Prince Harry and Meghan Markle meet students on International Women's Day

Posted March 11, 2018

Meghan Markle wrapped up in a chic J Crew coat for a day out in Birmingham with Prince Harry.

Hosted by social enterprise Stemettes at Millennium Point, Markle and Prince Harry met with young women from local secondary schools to find out more about their motivations to study STEM subjects. A source tells ET that while "it's not as easy for Meghan to sneak out" of the cozy home she shares with Harry, she's been able to make the rounds at a few of her favorite places. Meghan nodded and smiled as she said: "A woman in the face of society is seen as one who has to be pretty, thin and quiet".

It was claimed that Ms Markle requested Justin Welby, 62, to lead the service having formed close ties with him during her time in the UK. Richards called the conversation "a dream come true".

The youngster said afterwards: "Meghan told me that I can achieve whatever I want to achieve".

But not for little Sophia, and not for the couple of hundred well wishers to came to meet Meghan and Harry on a cold and drizzly English morning.

Meghan Markle celebrating International Women's Day in Birmingham, England.

The pair exchanged a hug. She was recently spotted hugging a 10-year-old girl on a visit to Birmingham on March 8.

So far Meghan is doing everything right, and the woman who won Harry's heart seems to be doing the same to the British public. One girl, however, had a different calling in mind.

The royal bride to be - who will marry Prince Harry in May - uses her burger flipping skills to turn up the heat in a saucy-as-hell video for men's magazine Men's Health.

Before Markle walks down the aisle in what is sure to be a show-stopping wedding gown (get ready to drool, bridal buffs), why not look back at the many swatches, buttons and seams she's worn since 2005?

Now that the royal couple's upcoming nuptials are just 10 weeks away, Markle appears to be quite busy with wedding festivities.