Photograph courtesy of instagram/SussexRoyal/Chris Allerton
The Duchess continues her parade of UK designers.
Although Meghan Markle only landed back in the UK a few days ago, the Duchess of Sussex has hit the ground running for her final weeks as a senior member of the royal family.
Last night, she joined Prince Harry at the Endeavour Fund Awards in a brilliant blue midi by Victoria Beckham. The event marked the first time the pair has been seen together in recent months following their move to Canada.
Earlier that day, Meghan was spotted leaving The Goring Hotel in London wearing an Alex Eagle camel coat, Loewe handbag and Aquazzura heels. It has today been revealed that Meghan was heading to the National Theatre to visit the Immersive Storytelling Studio. A lengthy Instagram post on Sussex Royal said that Meghan “visited the Immersive Storytelling Studio in London, where emerging technology like Virtual Reality is being used to develop new forms of emotive storytelling.” Once inside the theatre, Meghan removed her coat to reveal an all-white ensemble featuring a puff-sleeve blouse from Topshop and a pencil skirt from Roland Mouret. She once again sported her signature loose waves, and accessorized with jewellery from Missoma.
Meghan has long been a fan of monochromatic looks, and this all-white ensemble is her latest take on the style. For her first appearance of 2020, Meghan wore a tonal camel ensemble and has all previously worn head-to-toe green.
The post also revealed the reason for the pair’s recent trip to Stanford University: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also visited Stanford University where part of their learning journey included a virtual reality presentation that allows the user to experience life through another person’s point of view.”
Harry and Meghan are expected to remain in the UK until March 9 as they undertake a full schedule of events over the next four days. Watch this space.