It was a very important day for the Duchess of Sussex as she stepped out for the first time at her first solo engagement.
Sans husband Prince Harry, Meghan looked flawless as she attended the Royal Academy of Arts for the opening of the Oceania exhibition.
The event, which celebrated artworks from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga, was the perfect fit for the Duchess, as she and Harry will be visiting the region next month.
During her visit, she was privvy to a short performance by Ngāti Rānana, a Māori cultural group.
As part of the performance, she took part in a traditional Maori nose rub, known as the 'Hongi' - a tradition which involves touching noses and foreheads.
She also met with the exhibition's curators and artists, as well as the descendants linked to the works displayed.
Upon leaving the event, the Duchess of Sussex left with a beautiful bunch of native flowers which included eucalyptus and banksia.The milestone outing also had special significance for Meghan. It marked one year since Meghan and Harry became 'public official' at the Invictus Games in Toronto.
Back in June, an official announcement was released, revealing that "Their Royal Highnesses" would be touring the region.
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will undertake an official visit to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and New Zealand in the Autumn," statement read.
It continued: "Their Royal Highnesses have been invited to visit the Realms of Australia and New Zealand by the countries' respective governments. The Duke and Duchess will visit the Commonwealth countries of Fiji and Tonga at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office."
"The tour will fall on the occasion of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018. Further details will be advised in due course."
This will mark Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first official royal tour as husband and wife and has already garnered global interest.