On Thursday, pictures emerged of Meghan laying white flowers with a purple ribbon at a memorial site set up in honour of the victims, according to People.
The casually clad duchess, who flew in from California where she lives with her husband Prince Harry and their two children, was seen with her head bowed in front of a cross for one of the young victims, according to the site.
The duchess also reportedly offered her condolences to grief-stricken community members before making a stop to donate food at a community centre doing a blood drive.
According to the site, the visit was in her “personal capacity as a mother”.
This is not the first time the duchess and her husband have shared their grief and shown their support in the wake of tragic events.
The couple have spoken out about the war in Ukraine, the devastating earthquake in Haiti and the humanitarian crisis that unfolded in Afghanistan after US-led Western forces withdrew from the country and the Taliban took over.
- Additional reporting by Reuters