The Duchess of Sussex appears to have made a good impression with Her Majesty as she has been invited to join the Queen for a second engagement in the space of two weeks.
Following their first solo engagement together in Chester a week ago Meghan will join the monarch at the Queen's Young Leader's awards on Tuesday.
The pair will be joined by the Duke of Sussex for the event which will be held at Buckingham Palace, the Daily Mail reports.
Prince Harry was given the title of Commonwealth Youth Ambassador by his grandmother the Queen in April.
The event will see the monarch, who is head of the commonwealth, host a reception at her London home to present awards to her Young Leaders.
The 92-year-old was 26 years old when she became Head of the Commonwealth. and Queen's Leaders Programme was launched in 2014 in honour of HM's service to the Commonwealth – a global network of 53 countries and 2.4 billion people, of whom 60 per cent are under 30 years old.
Harry was appointed the role of Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, on the eve of the biennial Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London, and sees him support the work and aspirations of young people across the 53 member states.
Both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will work both in the UK and abroad to highlight the value of the Commonwealth, and are understood to be planning a number of foreign tours to member states.
The Commonwealth will take on an increasingly important role as regards trade and diplomacy when Britain exits the EU.
This latest event will give Meghan a further opportunity to cement her close bond with the Queen.
The growing relationship between the Queen and Meghan became apparent when the pair sat down at a ceremony to open the new Mersey Gateway Bridge in Chester last week.
Body language expert Judi James, an industry leader in communication, told how the Queen appeared "completely confident" in Meghan's ability.
She said: "The Queen is quite stoic, she didn't make a fuss of Meghan, which can make someone feel anxious. She is clearly completely confident about Meghan's level of confidence."
Meghan's first engagement with the Queen came less than a month after she married Prince Harry in Westminster.
It was around ten months after her own nuptials before the Duchess of Cambridge undertook a similar day of events - and will no doubt be viewed as a sign of royal confidence in the former actress.