Meghan and Prince Harry attended the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey. For the occasion, she wore a cream dress with a chain pattern by Victoria Beckham. She accessorized the look with one of her favourite colours — an emerald clutch and matching pumps.
Meghan and Prince Harry attended a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House to celebrate the community of young Canadians living in London and the UK. For the occasion, she wore a green embellished coat from Canadian designer Erdem's fall 2019 collection. She accessorized the look with a Givenchy clutch and Aquazurra shoes.
For International Women’s Day, Meghan stepped out to join a panel by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust at King's College London. She wore a retro-inspired black and white shift dress from Reiss, along with an Alexander McQueen blazer, a Stella McCartney clutch and Manolo Blahnik pumps.
Meghan and Prince Harry attended a reception to mark the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' Prince of Wales title ceremony at Buckingham Palace. For the occasion, she wore a white coat by British designer Amanda Wakeley over a gold and silver brocade dress. She accessorized the look with nude Paul Andrew pumps and a brown Wilbur and Gussie clutch, also both British labels.
For a visit to the local secondary school in Asni, Morocco, Meghan kept her look casual while watching students play football with Prince Harry. She wore a navy Alice + Olivia blazer over a Misha Nonoo sweater and jeans, and completed the look with flat slippers by Birdies.
Meghan and Prince Harry arrived in Casablanca, Morocco for a three-day royal tour of the country. For the first night, she wore a red Valentino dress and accessorized with blush-toned pumps and a clutch also from Valentino.
Meghan (pictured here with former Suits co-star Abigail Spencer), wore a vintage outfit while out in Manhattan. She wore a Courrèges Haute Couture coat from the 1960s, and accessorized the look with Le Specs sunglasses and a Caroline Herrera bag.
Meghan and Prince Harry had a night out at the gala performance of The Wider Earth at the Natural History Museum in London. For the occasion, Meghan wore a creme-coloured Calvin Klein turtleneck dress underneath a coordinating Amanda Wakeley coat. She accessorized with khaki-coloured Ralph Lauren pumps and a matching clutch.
Meghan visited the National Theatre in London in a pretty all-blush ensemble. She wore a matching Brandon Maxwell dress and blazer from the spring 2019 collection, and accessorized with a Carolina Herrera clutch and Aquazzura pumps. This is Meghan's first public visit to the venue after being named as the National Theatre's royal patron, taking over for the Queen.
Prince Harry and Meghan had a night out at the premiere of Cirque du Soleil's new show Totem at Royal Albert Hall. For the night out, Meghan wore a navy sequin Roland Mouret dress with three-quarter length sleeves and a leg slit. She completed the glam look with Stuart Weitzman sandals, a Givenchy clutch and a bracelet that belonged to Princess Diana.
For Meghan's first official visit to Mayhew (an animal welfare charity) in her new role as Patron, she wore a cream-coloured dress from H&M's maternity line and a matching Emporio Armani cashmere coat. Her bag was Stella McCartney.
Meghan arrived at the City University in London for her first official engagement as the patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. This time, she wore an all-black Givenchy ensemble, including a cape coat. She accessorized with nude pumps.
For a visit to Smart Works (one of the four charities Meghan has been been named Royal Patron of), she wore an Oscar de la Renta camel coat over a black t-shirt dress from maternity label Hatch. The look was finished off with black and white Gianvito Rossi cow print pumps.