The Duchess of Sussex touched down in New York City last week and has since been spotted about town with some of her closest pals, like her Suits co-star Abigail Spencer. She appears to be loving being back in the fashionable city, a place she frequented as an actress, and has the style to prove it! On Tuesday evening (Feb. 19), Meghan was spotted with a couple of her friends – like Markus Anderson and Jessica Mulroney – at the Polo Bar, looking every inch the stylish royal she is.
With her industry friends in tow, the heavily pregnant duchess wowed in one of her favourite coats by Victoria Beckham. Proving to be another one of her favourite designers, Meghan carried a smooth vegan leather Falabella tote by Stella McCartney and anchored the look with a super chic pair of Tamara Mellon boots, which ring in at around CA$915.
As always, Meghan's beauty look was flawless, taking her daytime glow to nighttime glamour by amping up her smoky eye. She kept her raven locks down as they were earlier in the day, instead of throwing her hair up into a messy bun (her trademark!).
Earlier that day, the 37-year-old was spotted leaving her hotel in the city, looking elegant as ever in a perfectly monochrome outfit featuring some of her favourite designers. She sported a pair of black maternity trousers by the brand Hatch – a brand she's worn before during her pregnancy. To keep her baby bump warm, she dazzled in a vintage (circa 1965) Courreges trapeze coat made of matelassé silk.
She carried a chic grey shopper purse by Carolina Herrera, accessorizing with her pair of Le Specs 'Air Heart' sunglasses to beat the city sun, as well as one of her favourite rings – Love Ring by Solange Azagury Partridge – which she first wore on a visit to The Hub Community Kitchen last year. Meghan kept her beauty look simple, not straying far from what she typically likes to wear – a bit of bronzer, a pink lip and her dark hair down by her shoulders, perfectly showing off her Pippa Small earrings. She also wore a bangle bracelet by Bar Jewelry, anchoring the ensemble with Stuart Weitzman pumps.