Duchess Meghan steps out in elegant blue Sentaler coat to visit Field of Remembrance with Prince Harry

By Zach Harper

Duchess Meghan was wearing one of her favourite Canadian designers when she and Prince Harry stepped out to the Field of Remembrance at London’s Westminster Abbey on Nov. 7.

The Duchess of Sussex chose a gorgeous blue Sentaler teddy coat for her appearance, which she paired with a Philip Treacy fascinator and black Tamara Mellon boots. Meghan wore her hair wavy and chose glossy, minimal makeup for the event.

Meghan and Harry observed a two-minute silence at the event. Photo: © Chris Jackson/Getty Images

The Sentaler coat is their Boucle Alpaca Long Wide Collar Wrap Coat with square pockets and is midnight navy in colour. It’s from the brand’s fall/winter 2015 collection, and she styled it with her own belt. The coat retails for $1,995 through Sentaler, and can be pre-ordered through the brand’s website.

Photo: © Sentaler

Sentaler is a brand Meghan has worn many times in the past. Most recently, we saw her wear the Long Wide Collar Wrap Coat by the label at the WellChild Awards on Oct. 15. Then, she paired it with her green P.A.R.O.S.H. dress that we last saw her wear during her engagement announcement with Harry in 2017.

Meghan owns several Sentaler coats, and often wears pieces by them and other Canadian designers. Photo: © Getty Images

On Nov. 7, both Meghan and Harry laid crosses at the Field of Remembrance, an annual installation outside Westminster Abbey that memorializes those who lost their conflict in World Wars I and II, the Korean War, Afghanistan War, Iraq War and others. They also took part in a two-minute silence and spoke to veterans during the event.

Here’s a look at the crosses Meghan and Harry left at the engagement. Photo: © Karwai Tang/WireImage

This was Meghan and Harry’s second engagement in two days. The day before, the couple made a surprise visit to the Broom Farm Community Centre in Windsor, where they met with military families. While there, they also revealed baby boy Archie Harrison is teething and crawling!

We’ll next see the Sussexes when they step out to the Festival of Remembrance at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Nov. 9. They’ll join Prince William, Duchess Meghan, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla and the Queen for the evening event, before heading to the cenotaph at Whitehall for Remembrance Sunday services the next day.

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