Meghan Markle shines in another Canadian designer in Bath

By Laura Sutcliffe

Meghan Markle can't get enough of Canadian designers. Flying the fashionable flag for her adopted homeland, Prince Harry's beautiful fiancée stepped out in a khaki trench coat by Babton for Aritzia to attend the UK team trials for the Invictus Games at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. This appearance is particularly poignant as Harry and Megan made their very first appearance as a couple at the Invictus Games last September in Toronto. The gorgeous former Suits actress looked polished and ultra-chic in her latest outfit, which included flared jeans by Mother Denim, and her hair and make-up looked immaculate. Her long brunette locks were teased into a sleek and straight style and her makeup looked flawless and glowing – natural foundation, a hint of blusher, subtle eye makeup and a slick of pinky lip-gloss completed her look.

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Meghan looked cool and casual in her trench coat and flares.

Harry and Meghan – who are due to wed on May 19 - will join competitors as they try out the athletics track, before viewing the volleyball trials, ahead of the fourth Invictus Games in Sydney this October. Harry is the Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, having founded the sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women in 2014.

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The wedding of Harry and Meghan will take place at Windsor Castle in St. George's Chapel and the lead up to the nuptials is a busy time for the pair – they have embarked on a number of royal engagements which has introduced the American actress to royal life. Together, they have visited Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff and Belfast in the past few months.

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Meghan joined Prince Harry at the event.

When the actress visited Belfast last monthgave a hint she is ready for babies with Prince Harry. She spoke with a couple who run Shnuggle – a company which makes innovative baby products. Whilst looking at some baby items, she said: "I am sure at one point we will need the whole thing. It's very sweet."

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