Of course, Meghan is making reference to the responsibilities her new position in the royal family would hold, particularly as a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, as all 53 countries in the Commonwealth were represented in Meghan's veil.
Kate Middleton's absence aside, a documentary featuring Harry, Meghan, and Wills certainly sounds watch-worthy to us.
This is sure to be a memorable week for Meghan Markle's royal career.
On Twitter on Tuesday UK time, the palace announced Meghan will attend the opening of "Oceania", a new exhibition at the Royal Academy, on Tuesday, September 25 without any other members of the Royal Family (including her husband).More news: Australian tourist haven suffers twin shark attacks
Starting next month, Prince Harry and Meghan will embark on their first royal tour - which will see the newlyweds leaving on October 16 and returning at the beginning of November - meaning they will miss the Duke of Cornwall's 70th birthday festivities.
She said further that the Duchess of Sussex may be better equipped than most to deal with the solitary side of royal life because of her past as an actress, adding that Princess Diana struggled, writes Metro.
It's flawless timing for the former Suits star, who is set to travel to Australia next month with her new husband.
The Duchess gently handles the delicate veil in the clip from the documentary, and remarks on the 53 Commonwealth nations it reflects, saying: 'It will keep us busy!'More news: Kavanaugh accuser says she would testify next week under certain terms
"Have you bumped into the Queen yet?" he asked.
"Three countries. Oh my goodness".
The ITV series will show how Her Majesty aims to pass on the monarchy to younger members of the Royal Family, as they look to continue her popularity within the Commonwealth. "I know you do".More news: Jameis Winston Sued By Uber Driver He Allegedly Groped