For her first official visit to Scotland alongside Prince Harry, Meghan Marklechose to wear an on-trend and patriotic look from Burberry. The former Suits star, 36, dazzled crowds in the floor-length blue and green tartan coat, which she accessorized with a green bag by Strathberry. Underneath she donned a simple black turtleneck and black Veronica Beard trousers.
The future royal chose a classic beauty look to complement her ensemble, and kept her beautiful hair loose while sporting fresh, glowing makeup, nude lip gloss and lightly defined eye makeup. Harry looked suave in tailored trousers, a shirt and long-line grey coat.
The couple have plans to make the most of the wonderful city – including a visit to a famous sandwich shop which supports the homeless. The shop is quite the landmark – it has been visited by an abundance of Hollywood stars including actors George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio. Harry and Meghan – who are set to marry at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on May19 – will finish their visit with a reception at the Palace of Holyroodhouse to celebrate youth achievements marking Scotland's Year of Young People 2018.
The last time Meghan was seen in public was at the Endeavour Fund Awards in London on Feb. 1. The beauty stole the show in a stylish Alexander McQueen tuxedo – a fashion-forward alternative to a gown. The tailoring highlighted Meghan's slender figure and was accessorized with black court shoes and a clutch bag.
Many fashion bloggers were stunned to see the former actress don a suit as opposed to a dress – but Meghan enjoys classic fashion and made a statement in the two piece, which she teamed with the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite shoe designer Jimmy Choo.