This never-before-seen footage of Meghan Markle is going viral

And it was BEFORE she became part of the royal family

meghan markle

And it was BEFORE she became part of the royal family

Words by Maisie Bovingdon

If you thought you couldn't love pregnant Meghan Markle any more, along came this video proving she is everything we want to be, and more.

We knew the Duchess of Sussex carried out humanitarian work prior to getting her royal title when she married Prince Harry last year, but a video of her in action has since gone viral.

ITV has released a video of the former Suits actress on a trip to Delhi and Mumbai in 2017 with the charity World Vision, to campaign for gender equality.

In the never before seen footage Meghan painted a sign with young girls in the area, before she planted and watered a flower.

The 37-year-old royal - who is set to give birth to her and Prince Harry's baby any day now - changed from her khaki jacket into a lime green and blue sari as she took part in a discussion with a group of women.

The clip also sees Meghan clap along as a group of girls perfected a dance performance, before she ends the video saying 'girl power'.

In one segment Meghan talks directly to the camera to speak out about the positive impact sanitation had on their female students' attendance.

She said: 'What we found is that the enrolment at this school went at three times as much once the latrines were build so that girls had access to clean hygiene and bathroom facilities while they're at school.'

The video has attracted a LOT of attention, and has received over 30,000 views within days of being posted to Twitter.

Could we love her anymore?

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