As Prince Harry paid a visit to a school in Malawi on the royal tour of Africa this month, his wife, Meghan Markle made a surprise appearance.
Phoning in through a Skype call, the Duchess of Sussex joined her husband in getting to know a network of young women from Nalikule College of Education.
When she appeared on a tv screen during the meeting, the group of schoolgirls burst into song as the 38-year-old clapped along.
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Meghan - who shares four-month-old son Archie with the Duke of Sussex - is a patron of The Association of Commonwealth Universities, making her a key supporter for women's education.
A post on the Sussex Royals Instagram page revealed that with the help of UKAid scholarships through the Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED), the students at Nalikule College of Education have been able to attend and complete secondary school.
According to People, CAMFED is supported by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, of which Prince Harry is president and Meghan is vice-president.
The group of women are working to lift their communities out of poverty and boast 140,000 members, with 17,500 in Malawi alone.
Money distributed by CAMA goes directly to each of their alumni network of young women, who then use their own resources to support another three children to attend school.
"Along with support from the @Queens_Commonwealth_Trust, CAMA and @camfed are changing the lives of many young girls through education and empowerment. As President and Vice President of the QCT, The Duke and Duchess both believe in the power of education to empower young girls, and change society as a whole," the caption on the Sussex Royals post read.
After Harry's visit to the Nalikule College of Education, he met with President Peter Mutharika to thank him for the wonderful welcome in his country.
Aside from Malawi, Prince Harry has visited Botswana and Angola (as well as Cape Town with the Duchess)
Next week, he will return to South Africa to meet Meghan and baby Archie in Johannesburg for a few more days of outings before the royal family returns home to London.