Megan Markle visited the National Theater in London during her first official visit after she replaced the Queen as her patron.
The cute Duchess of Sussex, who has six months of pregnancy, arrived at a pair of Aquazzura's 800-foot heels that she assumed previously worn when she led the media about her engagement with Prince Harry in November 2017.
As the 37-year-old entered the theater, at London's South Bank, she waved the crowd out and stiffened her children's fall.
The duchess was greeted by Rufus Norris, director of the National Theater, who in December had a private meeting before the patronial statement earlier this month.
She will take part in a workshop with members of the Pericles production, which was the first production of the National Theater in 2018.
Emily Lim's directorial performance brought over 200 people of all ages from across London together with six professional actors who injected a new life into the Shakespeare classic.
After the workshop she spent time with apprentices and technicians from various departments, including metalworking, painting and carpentry.
Kensington House says Megan, 37, is a strong believer in the use of art to unite people of different backgrounds and communities and will use the visit to find out about the work they are doing, and to fulfill some teams working behind the scenes .
Before marrying Prince Harry last year, Megan spent a decade as an actress, especially in the hit US show Suit. But her training was in the theater – she ended up twice as big in the theater and international relations of the Northwestern University, and she had previously
volunteered for performing arts after a school program for children in an unprivileged school
districts in Los Angeles.
It is thought that Megan will have a special affinity for the National Theater due to her acting.
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The mission of the National Theater is to make a world class theater that is fun, challenging and inspiring – and make it for everyone. It aims to reach the widest possible audience and be so inclusive, diverse and national as possible with a wide variety of productions that play in London, touring the UK, Broadway and around the world.
Before leaving, the Duchess watched a play inspired by "War Horse" from primary school children, working with the Primary School's Primary School program.
In the 2017-18 season, 19 plays of the National Bank of the South Bank, 10 in the UK, three in the West End and six on the international level are seen.