As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continue to travel Africa on their royal tour, they also continue to captivate fans of the British royal family. On Monday, it was reported that the Duchess of Sussex stopped by a particular initiative, which is where she revealed an unexpected fact about her past.

According to Daily Mail, the former "Suits" actress "secretly visited" the Victoria Yards initiative in Jonannesburg, which "brings together local artisans, charities and start-ups, and is supported by The British Council."

It was there that the Duchess revealed that she used to teach bookbinding classes. While visiting the location, Meghan reportedly bought three blank notebooks from Young Bucks, an organization that uses recycled materials to bind books. This was confirmed by Simon Sizwe Mayson, the co-director of the Maker's Valley Partnership. A royal aide also confirmed that Meghan did, in fact, teach a class on that topic.

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After spending the day at the initiative, the Duchess reportedly told some of the people working there that she will "never forget what you have told me."

Meghan's interest in recycled materials is not something new to the Duchess, as she is also known for her interest in sustainability and fair working conditions. Additionally, Meghan was also applauded for her charitable efforts by a very famous admirer who called her an "inspiration to so many."

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attends a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House on March 11, 2019, in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson