Aside, from the 16 day long royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in 2018, when it comes to performing royal duties, this week marks one of the busiest for the Duchess of Sussex.
Ever since her patronages were announced at the beginning of this year, the Duchess has quickly set to work visiting each one in person.
Over the last few weeks she's helped style clients at Smart Works (of which The Telegraph's Stella Magazine is a proud partner), cuddled puppies at Mayhew, an animal charity based in North London and on Wednesday we saw her watch primary school children perform at the National Theatre.
Thursday saw her tick another royal patronage off the list, this time a visit to The Association of Commonwealth Universities in London. Her Majesty The Queen passed the patronage to the Duchess having held the role for the past 33 years.
For the occasion, the Duchess wore a black coat from Givenchy, a black pleated skirt and a pair of beige court heeled shoes. Similar to Wednesday's look, it had a much softer silhouette than her usual maternity bodycon style.
However, unlike her look at the National Theatre to which she wore both a new blazer and dress from Brandon Maxwell, Thursday's look featured several items that the Duchess has been photographed in before.
Her custom Givenchy coat was first worn at an Armistice centenary commemoration in November 2018.
Her earrings from Dean Davidson are also a repeat wear, pictured earlier this month on a visit to The Mayhew. Plus, her shoes - beige "BB" court heels from Manolo Blahnik - have also been sported several times.
Whilst the Duchess of Cambridge is known for re-wearing and recycling items in her wardrobe, Meghan has recently drawn heavy criticism for not following suit.
In fact, Meghan's wardrobe was said to be the most expensive royal wardrobe in 2018, according to research from UFO No More. The website's annual clothing calculations showed it cost over £400,000 - including pieces from Prada, Roland Mouret, Ralph Lauren and Dior but excluding her Givenchy couture wedding dress.
In comparison, Kate's wardrobe is said to totalled just over £60,00 whilst Princess Eugenie spent just over £30,000, not including her custom made Peter Pilotto wedding gown.
With Meghan's wardrobe featuring a Fendi (£3,850) handbag, Aquazzura (£490) heels and numerous dresses retailing for over £800, it's clear to see how the numbers add up.
Perhaps it's unfair, though, to criticise her for not re-wearing items in her wardrobe. As any working woman knows it takes time to build up an efficient workwear wardrobe. From finding the perfect pair of tailored trousers, to a dress that will take you to myriad events, not to mention a good all-rounder coat, the average woman in a new role, can spend several months accessing and tweaking what exactly what their new workwear style is.
Let's remember that Meghan has only been in her official role since last May. And was only assigned her new patronages a couple of weeks ago. She's still working out her own workwear formula. With a growing baby bump too. Perhaps, Thursday's repeat wears hint that she's slowly hitting her stride and, just as Kate has done, is building on her forever classics.