Looking fresh-faced and with a very natural make-up look, the Duchess of Sussex appeared flawless as she visited the organisation, just hours after being announced patron.
Embracing her natural freckles with a fresh-faced make-up look, Meghan looked happy and relaxed as she arrived this morning.
With her hair tied back in a neat bun, the royal opted for her signature style – dark lashes, a nude lip and delicate gold earrings.
In fact, 37-year-old Meg looked so radiant, we wonder whether her and Prince Harry have been jetting off for a last-minute babymoon before they welcome their new arrival in the spring?
After all, the pair did spend last New Year's Eve in Monaco – and we wouldn't blame them for wanting to escape the freezing January weather.
Natural beauty Meghan chose a black midi dress by Hatch and a camel Oscar de la Renta coat for the occasion.
Hatch is a US maternity brand founded by Ariane Goldman.
She paired the £170 midi with a camel-coloured cotton twill coat by Oscar de la Renta – worth £2,492 – and accessorised with earrings by Kimai.
The royal wore her hair in a smart bun and opted for a pair of low-heeled cow-print stilettos by Gianvito Rossi.
Founded in 2013, Smart Works helps unemployed and vulnerable women regain the skills and confidence for job interviews and returning to employment.
This includes providing clothes for job interviews, offering one-to-one interview training and providing the opportunity to join the Smart Works network, where women can meet every month to discuss their progress.
During the visit, Meghan helped several women choose a job interview outfit.