Stepping out with Prince Harry to a memorial service to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence, Meghan wore a demure black Hugo Boss dress cinched in at the waist with a metallic buckle. She paired the chic ensemble with nude heels and a matching clutch.
The 36-year-old looked the picture of royal sophistication as she, with her fiance Prince Harry, met with delegates of the Commonwealth Youth Forum wearing a black and white striped dress by New York-based brand Altuzarra, a black blazer by Australian designer Camilla and Marc and a stripped cross-body bag from Aussie fashion stalwart Oroton.
During a surprise visit to Northern Ireland the royal-to-be opted for midi skirt by Greta Constantine which she accented the forrest green number with a cream Victoria Beckham sweater, Mackage coat, Charlotte Elizabeth bag, and brown velvet pumps.
While visiting Edinburgh, Scotland Meghan gave a subtle nod to the country when she wore a gorgeous tartan Burberry coat and a bottle-green leather handbag from local brand Strathberry, which is now sold out.
When Meghan and Harry stopped in on the radio studios of Reprezent 107.3 FM in Brixton, South London, the royal-to-be showed off her style credentials, yet again. The former Suits actress was a vision in a camel coat by Smythe, black Burberry trousers, paired with an Autograph sweater by highstreet fave Marks & Spencer and topped with a Jigsaw scarf.
Meghan’s envy-inspiring, long shimmering locks were swept up into a perfectly messy bun for the occasion. The 36-year-old complemented her stunning engagement ring with fine-line earrings and a pair of fine rings on her right hand.
Meghan made a very stylish Sandringham for the annual Christmas service, donning a camel coat by Sentaler teamed with a brown hat and matching brown boots and a Chloe ‘Pixie’ bag.
Proving she has princess perfection down pat, Meghan’s hair was impeccably blow dried showing off her shiny tresses.
Designed by British-based Australian couturiers Ralph & Russo, the gown worn by Meghan for her official engagement photographs sold out online as soon as pictures of Meghan wearing it hit the web.
While many adored Meghan’s sheer gown, others said it was ‘racy’ and ‘broke royal protocol’.
Meghan and Harry’s first official public engagement as a couple, saw the stunning brunette embracing clean-lined basics in the most sopohisficated way. The ensemble selected by her friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney included double-breasted navy coat over a black, high-necked knit tucked into a structured tan skirt. The bag Meghan was carrying, a tote by Strathberry, sold out in 11 minutes flat!