The Duchess of Sussex looked beautiful as ever for the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles's investiture ceremony on Tuesday (March 5). Following up her glamorous evening out in Carolina Herrera out while meeting King Mohammed VI of Morocco with Prince Harry, Meghan went back to some of her favourite hues with one of her go-to coats, and a gold jacquard dress.
The pregnant duchess – who's due to welcome her and Harry's royal baby in the spring – kept her baby bump warm in her white 'Crombie' coat by Amanda Wakeley (the one she wore for last year's Commonwealth Day.) She carried her 'Oyster' satin clutch by Wilbur and Gussie, and accessorized with a beautiful pair of bar earrings by Canadian jeweller Birks, as well as her Pippa Small 'Wajiha' cuff. Anchoring the ensemble were her 'Pump It Up' shoes by Paul Andrew. Though the dress designer is yet unknown, the subtle metallic hues perfectly complement her glowing complexion.
The last time the Suits alum amped up the glam was for her and Prince Harry's final evening in Morocco during their two-day whirlwind tour of the country on Feb. 25. The Duchess of Sussex wowed in a gorgeous, floor-length print dress by Carolina Herrera – one of her favourite designers. She paired the look with nude pumps and her small satin Dior clutch, fashioning her hair up in a sleek bun to show off her Cartier earrings. Her beauty look was a bit more colourful than her classic bronzed cheek, using a flattering coral blush.
Earlier that day, the 37-year-old wore a chic black-and-white outfit to enjoy some of the Moroccan sun while visiting local organizations. At the Andalusian Gardens in Rabat, she wowed in a loose-fitting pleated Loyd/Ford dress, her white 'Keith' jacket by Babaton and her Manolo Blahnik polka dot sling-back pumps. She accessorized with a pair of 'Gourmette' GAS Bijoux earrings.