Meghan Markle was praised for shutting her car door upon arriving at an art exhibit on Tuesday.

Emily Andrews, a royal correspondent for The Sun, uploaded a video of Markle’s arrival at the Royal Academy of Art in London.

“A princess who still takes time to shut her car door. Well done Meghan!” Andrews captioned her post.

According to People, this is not the first time that Markle closed her car door. Last week, she also did the same thing while a man assisted her mom, Doria Ragland, out of their vehicle. Markle invited her mom to the launch of her cookbook, “Together: Our Community Cookbook.”

Following her wedding to Prince Harry on May 19, Markle was seen opening the driver’s seat of the Jaguar to let her husband in. At that time, the royal couple was on their way to their evening reception.

Markle, who identifies herself as a feminist, has also long been a proponent of gender equality. She previously worked with UN Women and contributed to World Vision Canada. This could be the reason why she doesn’t mind opening and closing her car door without any assistance from the staff.

Tuesday night’s event called “Oceania” also served as Markle’s first engagement without the Duke of Sussex. While at the Royal Academy, the 37-year-old former actress checked out the artworks from New Zealand, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and Australia. She also met with the exhibition’s curators and artists, as well as the descendants linked to the works displayed.

The event was also organized ahead of Prince Harry and Markle’s first overseas tour next month, which will take place in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and the Kingdom of Tonga. The 16-day tour will kick off on Oct. 16 and will end of Oct. 31.

They will also be attending next month’s Invictus Games, which will run from Oct. 20 to 27 in Sydney. Prince Harry serves as the patron of the Paralympics event.

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Meghan Markle didn't mind closing her own car door on Tuesday. Pictured: Markle speaks to guests during an event to mark the launch of a cookbook with recipes from a group of women affected by the Grenfell Tower fire at Kensington Palace on September 20, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Ben Stansall-WPA Pool