Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have returned to work after spending time in Canada! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Canada House in London on Jan. 7, and Meghan looked as chic in a neutral outfit!
The duchess beamed and waved to crowds. She kept warm in a classic tailored camel coat by Reiss. Visible beneath the warm topper was a chocolate brown turtleneck sweater and coordinating Massimo Dutti satin midi skirt. She rounded out the sophisticated brown and beige ensemble with copper velvet Jimmy Choo pumps.
WATCH: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back! They’re meeting Janice Charette, High Commissioner, and staff at Canada House to thank them for Canada’s warm hospitality and support during their break. They’re also visiting an exhibition by the indigenous artist @skawennati pic.twitter.com/FyGbAWw8wp
— Emily Nash (@emynash) January 7, 2020
Meghan wore her hair completely down for the event. Her shiny raven mane was parted down the middle and had a very soft wave to it. She occasionally tucked layers behind her ears as she greeted royal fans.
The style maven complemented her refined outfit with a natural makeup look consisting of a hint of eyeliner, glowing skin and natural pink lip gloss. She completed her beauty look with very soft white nail polish, which added to the elegance of her neutral ensemble.
At the royal engagement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with Janice Charette, the Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, to express gratitude for Canada's hospitality during their stay in British Columbia. The couple will also meet staff from the Canadian High Commission team who work in partnership with our country and the UK.
Prior to going to Canada House, the couple had a private visit to The Hubb, the Grenfell Tower community kitchen project with which Meghan collaborated on the Together cookbook in 2017.
We last saw the Sussexes at Canada House on Commonwealth Day in 2019. Back then, Meghan wore a deep green off-the-runway coat by Turkish-Canadian designer Erdem for the couple's visit, which was one of her final engagements before going on maternity leave. The coat was fixed with black floral appliqué (known as "Doria beaded rose embroidery"), which she matched with an equally gorgeous matching knee-length dress underneath.
The duchess accessorized that look with her Givenchy satin clutch, Birks opal earrings and a dangling bracelet by Turkish jewellery brand Kismet by Milka. She anchored her look with her favourite pair of Aquazzura Deneuve pumps.