A quick outfit change later and the Duchess of Sussex was out again for the Commonwealth Day Services! After enjoying a fun-filled morning with Prince Harry at Canada House in Trafalgar Square, Meghan switched into a new ensemble. The look harkened back to the colour scheme she chose for the important day in 2018, which was her first time attending as a royal.
The pregnant duchess wowed in a print midi dress by one of her go-to British designers, Victoria Beckham. She paired the look with a cream coat, anchoring the ensemble with a pair of dark green satin pumps. Meghan topped it off with a circular white hat, carrying a small green satin clutch to hold her essentials. She brought her favourite Dean Davidson 'Midi Knockout' earrings back out for the occasion. They're the perfect nod to her former honourary home of Toronto, Canada.
The Duchess of Sussex – who's due to give birth to her first child with Harry at the end of April – arrived at Westminster Abbey hand-in-hand with her beau. The couple joined Prince William and Kate, the Queen and other members of the Royal Family to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Commonwealth.
In the morning, Meghan dazzled during a visit to Canada House as she stepped out in Turkish-Canadian designer Erdem, wearing a bespoke coat and dress combination straight from the runway! She accessorized with her Birks opal earrings, her black satin Givenchy clutch and her go-to pair of pumps, the Deneuve heels by Aquazzura. Noticeably, she didn't wear her gorgeous engagement ring!
If you're wondering what Meghan wore to last year's services (which was also Meghan's first engagement with the Queen!), she donned an Amanda Wakeley coat in cream, with a deep navy dress, navy suede pumps and a chic white beret by Stephen Jones.