Markle, now 36, who is set to wed Prince Harry next month, flashed her pearly whites and moved perfectly in time to rap music during a Christmas school performance in December 1990.
Wearing a huge white jumper and a chic ponytail, Megan raps with her classmates to Hollis by Run DMC in the adorable film.
The young "perfectionist" never steps a foot out of time as she grooves to the music, before reading a speech.
In another recording, taken in the summer of 1994, Meghan dons a pair of shades and hotpants as she performed a "Broadway Comes To Hollywood" show with her classmates.
Meghan who looks awkward approaching the stage microphone, addresses parents, including her mum Doria and dad Tom, before she presents the school's favourite teachers with awards.
But her inner performer shines out as she confidently tells the audience: "We're here to thank all the people who made us feel really special over the past nine years."
The mum of Meghan's best friend Ninaki Priddy who captured the heartwarming videos told the Mirror Meghan was "a perfectionist".
She said: "Meghan is very articulate and would always make a point to correct you. She just wanted everything to be very proper. I’d say she was a perfectionist. ”
Meghan wears a long flowing grey dress and twirls around in front of an audience of teachers in another video, dancing to Grease Lightning.
Ninaki recalls Meghan being the leader of groups she was in because she was "vocal".
She added: "I don’t think our teachers would be surprised at where Meghan is now. Her dad worked on TV sets. Meghan was going on auditions and would take a test here and there, doing headshots.
“It was very much known within the school she wanted to be an actress, and she exuded that type of persona. People could tell she had a thirst for fame.”
The endearing videos showing Meghan's younger years come days after it was revealed the royal bride-to-be practiced her tea drinking for her first meetign with the Queen.
She had taken a secret excursion to Rose Tree Cottage, a little slice of England nestling in Pasadena in the suburbs of LA — not only to buy English gifts but to take afternoon tea.
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