Ms Markle has been hugging well-wishers throughout her tour of the United Kingdom with Harry which has taken her to Edinburgh, Nottingham, Cardiff and Brixton in south London.
Meghan's fiancé Prince Harry pulled astonished Sophia Richards out of the crowd to meet the United States actress on the couple's walkabout after she told him of her ambition to follow in the footsteps of the Suits star, reported the Daily Mail.
The former Suits star also switched her loose waves for bigger curls for a much more "princess" style.
She's been sticking to a uniform of smart coats and pants for her royal engagements, but today Meghan Markle did mix things up with a subtle change to her hair.
The "Beast from the East" may have subsided, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle opted for chic winter warmers on their first official visit to Birmingham today.
Sophia looked stunned as she became the envy of her classmates this morning calling it a "dream come true" to meet Meghan, adding: "I will never forget this day".
'It creates a classic, elegant look and perfectly balances her stunning facial features'.
While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were greeting Birmingham locals at an event for International Women's Day, one ambitious young woman earned a special moment with the royal couple.
"We have different opinions and they work really well [together]".
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".
Meghan joined her husband-to-be.
Markle followed with, "We realize once you have access or a voice that people are willing to listen to, with that comes a lot of responsibility, which I take seriously".
Markle's words of encouragement and hugging that little girl prove how she already takes her role of inspiring and uplifting others seriously. "It's not something we'll comment on", said Prince Harry's office.
During their walkabout yesterday Harry and Meghan shook hands and greeted around 300 well-wishers and school children who had waited patiently to catch a glimpse of them.