The Duchess of Sussex was seen wearing red, white and blue outfits in a subtle nod to the UK during her final few appearances alongside her husband Prince Harry. The subtle hint is reportedly one of Kate’s tried and tested styling habits which she usually does during her final official royal engagements.
Kate is often seen paying tribute to the countries she is visiting through her choice of clothing colours.
Last week, she stepped out in a green outfit during her visit to Ireland to symbolise the Irish flag.
And while Meghan and Harry prepare to step back from their roles as senior royals, the Duchess of Sussex has been seen adopting Kate’s subtle style.
Meghan was seen wearing a white Topshop blouse with chiffon sleeves during her visit to the National Theatre in London.
She paired the top with a cream pencil skirt by Roland Mouret and statement Loewe handbag.
That evening, Meghan attended the Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House.
She was seen wearing a £950 azure blue dress by Victoria Beckham and a navy Lucia Plexi Clutch by Stella McCartney.
She was then spotted wearing a full-length red £1,295 Safiyaa dress and red Aquazurra heels for the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall.
She later toured the country during the same month where she wore their traditional clothes.
The Queen has often been seen using the same tactic but often with details on her clothing.
Her Majesty has been seen wearing brooches and hats which reflect the country she is visiting.
Meghan and Harry earlier accepted an invitation from The Queen to join her at The Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor today.
The couple will officially step back from their royal duties following their final engagements as part of Commonwealth Day.
It comes as the Queen’s Commonwealth Day message ahead of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s last public appearance praised the “blend of traditions” that made up the Commonwealth.
In her speech, she highlighted how global connectivity makes people aware of how their “choices and actions” can affect “well-being of people and communities living far away”.
She said: “I hope that the people and countries of the Commonwealth will be inspired by all that we share, and move forward with fresh resolve to enhance the Commonwealth’s influence for good in our world.”
Published at Mon, 09 Mar 2020 03:17:00 +0000