Camilla Parker-Bowles is set to echo the advocacy of Meghan Markle in her upcoming visit to New Zealand. On Tuesday, the Palace revealed that the second wife of Prince Charles would also talk about women and children’s rights—two of Meghan’s core advocacies-- during her visit.

Meghan has been passionate about upholding women and children’s rights since long before she met Prince Harry. When she married into the royal family, she continued her active involvement in these causes by focusing on these issues when giving speeches. During Meghan and Prince Harry’s visit to South Africa last month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited organizations and spoke about issues of gender violence.

Meghan Markle, particularly, made headlines during their South African tour after she paid an emotional tribute to Uyinene Mrwetyana, a murdered student from South Africa. While in the poverty-stricken country, the Duchess shared a photo of herself pinning a ribbon at Mrwetyana’s murder site with the caption, “We stand together in this moment.”

“Uyinene’s death has mobilized people across South Africa in the fight against gender-based violence, and is seen as a critical point in the future of women’s rights in South Africa,” she wrote.

As Prince Charles and his wife head to New Zealand this month, Camilla Parker-Bowles will, reportedly, take a leaf out of Meghan’s book by tackling the same issues. Earlier this week, the Palace confirmed that the 72-year-old Duchess would meet with New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern during their visit and focus on organizations that involve both women and children.

“Their Royal Highnesses will arrive in Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday, 17th November,” the Clarence House press release read. “During their visit, The Prince and The Duchess will visit programs and organizations working in areas they are committed to supporting.”

The press release stated that, while Prince Charles would focus on young people, youth opportunity and some environmental issues, Camilla Parker-Bowles would focus on key themes like domestic violence and literacy. 

Camilla Parker Bowles Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, visits Jasmine Villa Hospice on March 28, 2019, in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. Chris Jackson-WPA Pool/Getty Images