The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed the sunshine on Tuesday morning as they paid a visit to London's Southbank Centre to take a look at the new Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition. Meghan, 36, looked incredible in a tailored, sleeveless trench coat by House of Nonie – a Canadian brand- and accessorised her latest look with a pair of Dioressence pumps by Dior and a Mulberry Clifton shoulder bag. All eyes were on the wife of Prince Harry's choice of handbag - the royal is known as a bit of a bag Queen and her latest arm candy is actually a sale item. The Rosewater design comes with a gold chain strap, striking button detail and can be adjusted and styled in plenty of different ways – the Duchess used it as a clutch as opposed to wearing it in her favourite look – across her body. The bag comes in a further fives bold hues: black, clay, oak, oxblood and orchid and is selling out fast.
Duchess Meghan was a vison in pink at London's Southbank
Mulberry is a brand embraced by the royal family and the Duchess of Cambridge has plenty of the English heritage brand's bags in her collection.
In March, the wife of Prince William looked gorgeous at Olympic park and carried a simple black clutch bag by the popular leather specialists.
The former Suits star loves handbags and often carries a different style on every royal engagement she attends. One of her favourite brands is Strathberry – the Scottish company has become a hugely popular choice for shoppers since Meghan put its name on the map and last week she carried one of their gorgeous tanned tote bags – the 'Midi Tote' which is priced at £525.
It looked particularly glam pared with her green Givenchy top and skirt as she touched down in Dublin. But, the Duchess made a bit of an accidental fashion faux pas - she forget to take off the protective plastic which was placed on the robust gold studs at the tote's base- woops!