The 20-year-old, who is studying criminology and policing at Birmingham City University, added: "Meghan just thanked us for waiting in the rain for her, but it wasn't a problem".
Prince Harry, Meghan's mum, Doria Ragland, and father, Thomas Markle, are expected to fly to the United Kingdom to attend the baptism, which will see the Protestant-raised star join the Church of England, reports HELLO!. Grabbing his actress fiancee, she immediately gave the shocked schoolgirl a hug in front of the cameras.
Susanne Raybould, from South Wales, who chatted to the couple, explained: "I said to Harry "my son-in-law is Harry, my grandson is Harry, my father is Harry so I'm shouting Harry is all day". She also hugged Alice Thompson, the co-founder of a charity called Social Bite, on a visit to Scotland.
Over the weekend, Meghan's friends whisked her away to the Oxfordshire countryside for some much-deserved downtime away from the paps and, you know, the Queen.
Since then, her gorgeous J Crew coat has sold out across the board even though it's a pretty pricey piece at over €370. Straying from tradition to hug a young fan, however, doesn't seem to be that big of a deal: Kate Middleton has done it a few times, as has Princess Diana, and Markle herself embraced a charity worker who was inspired by her United Nations speech just last month. Princess Diana was a huge supporter of reducing stigma against AIDS, and for Markle, it's important to encourage people to listen to womens' voices.
Meghan joined her husband-to-be.
As Prince Harry and Meghan travelled between tables of students separately, she asked copious questions about what students were doing and how they planned to developed their skills into a career.
The royal couple paid a visit to a secondary school to meet with young girls that were working towards their futures, taking part in a range of activities that included a networking event with local businesses and a panel discussion.