She's back to blush! Meghan Markle stepped out on Tuesday (July 17) with Prince Harry looking every inch the royal style icon in a beautiful pink dress. Giving a nod to her new home and its love of the trench coat while visiting the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at London's Southbank Centre, the former actress also paid tribute to a country she called home for seven years while filming Suits: Canada! The sleeveless number is by Calgary-based label NONIE and offers a modern take on the English classic.
And her blushing $1,085 ensemble, appropriately named the Trench Dress, wasn't the only element of her outfit from the Great White North. The 36-year-old's Birks Bee Chic White Quartz Stud Earrings, which retail for $450, are also sure to have fashion fans buzzing. The Duchess of Sussex finished the pretty look with a matching Mulberry clutch bag and nude pumps.
The designer behind NONIE, Nina Kharey, was tickled pink to spot the royal in her creation. “Seeing Meghan Markle wear the NONIE Trench Dress today with such elegance and grace is beyond exciting!” she said in a statement. "Her continuous support of Canadian brands is remarkable, and it is a true honour to be the first Canadian based ready-to-wear designer she has worn since her wedding earlier this year."
For the second time this week, the Los Angeles native styled her hair in a messy bun. While it had been thought that she may have retired the casual staple since officially joining 'the firm,' Meghan turned up at Wimbledon with her sister-in-law Kate on Saturday (July 14) with her locks pulled back and a few wispy pieces framing her face. Her natural makeup look was also similar on the two outings - a light smoky eye, glowing skin and a soft pink lip.
Fans were also thrilled to see Prince Harry's wife return to this pretty colour palette after the string of pastel-pink looks that followed her turn as a blushing bride on May 19. From her first official engagement as a member of the Royal Family - a garden party for Prince Charles' 70th birthday - to her debut on the balcony at Trooping the Colour and a glitzy awards night with Her Majesty, the shade quickly became part of Meghan's royal uniform. She's since turned to deeper hues since (think the green Givenchy separates, grey Roland Mouret dress and black Givenchy suit that saw her through her two-day Ireland tour), but it looks like she hasn't retired her propensity for wearing pink!