We can't believe we haven't seen the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for six long weeks! But the royal couple returned to work on Tuesday as they headed to Canada House in London. Meghan, 38, looked as stylish and glowing as ever, wearing a very on-trend satin midi skirt by Massimo Dutti with a polo neck and a Reiss coat. She finished off her look with her favourite burgundy velvet Jimmy Choo heels. The mother-of-one wore her brunette hair tousled and she sported a glowing complexion - dewy skin, brown eye makeup and a stunning berry-stained lip. Wow!
The royal couple looked in great spirits as they met with the High Commissioner, as well as staff and they thanked them for the warm Canadian hospitality and support they received during their recent stay in Canada. The pair then visited the Canada Gallery and viewed a special exhibition by Indigenous Canadian artist, Skawennati. Harry and Meghan then met with different members of the High Commission team who work in a range of sectors supporting the partnership between Canada and the UK.
Satin midi skirt, £89.95, Massimo Dutti
We particularly love that Meghan has embraced warm winter colours with her chocolate skirt from Massimo Dutti. If you're looking to copy the Duchess, you're in luck as it's available online in sizes 8 to 14 for £89.95.
If you love Meghan's Reiss coat, you'll be sad to learn that the 'Sabel' coat has since sold out BUT there is a very similar design on the site - the Erin, photographed below.
Erin coat, £325, Reiss
A spokesperson from Reiss has informed us that they hope to replenish Meghan's coat as soon as possible.
We last saw the former Suits actress back in November at the Festival of Remembrance held at the Royal Albert Hall. The US-born royal delighted onlookers in a black jacquard fit-and-flare dress with a deep neckline and a belt around the waist.
Meghan at the Festival of Remembrance in November
She teamed the frock with a pair of black Aquazurra 'Deneuve' suede pumps and a pretty pair of ruby heart earrings from Jessica McCormack. Deciding to wear her long hair up, she rocked a sleek bun and her flawless complexion looked fresh and youthful.
The festival was led by the Queen and was to commemorate all those that lost their lives in conflicts. It was also attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward whom all wore their finest attire.
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