The Duchess was seen to be doing good and promoting her personal values as she visited a women's shelter in Vancouver on Tuesday.
As the royal family is still figuring out a "workable solution" to Harry and Meghan's plans to step back from their senior roles, Meghan Markle is already getting to know the members of her new community while also filling her philanthropic needs to boot.
Tuesday saw her visited the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre (DEWC), an organisation which supports women and children with basic needs including food, clothing, and computer access as well as services like skills development, HIV case management, and seniors outreach in Vancouver.
"Look who we had tea with today! The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, visited us today to discuss issues affecting women in the community. 💜" reads a post on the organisation's Facebook page, along with a photo of Meghan alongside several other women involved with DEWC.
Look who we had tea with today! The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, visited us today to discuss issues affecting women in the community. Publiée par Downtown Eastside Women's Centre sur Mardi 14 janvier 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a nearby centre in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside area during their Canadian tour in 2016.
The Sussexes spent their six-week holiday break on Vancouver Island, and returned to the UK for an engagement before making their big announcement to step down as senior royals shortly after the first of the year.
After breaking the news on Instagram, Meghan quickly returned to Canada and to her son Archie, who had been reportedly left in the care of a nanny and Meghan's close friend Jessica Mulroney for just a few days.
Prince Harry is currently still in the UK, in part because he has an engagement on Thursday. He is also expected to return to Canada soon.