Meghan Markle is wrapping up her patronages tour in style! See her maternity fashions inside...
Her haters can stay big mad.
Meghan Markle is still bumping along to attend official royal events before she and her hubby Prince Harry welcome their little bundle of joy in a few months. Word on the curb is that Baby Sussex will make his/her arrival end of April/early May.
In the meantime, the mom-to-be is busy doing her royal duties after she was announced as patron to four British charities earlier this month.
Today, the Duchess of Sussex wrapped up her tour of all four of her new charities, paying a visit to the Association of Commonwealth Universities. It was her first official visit as patron. She talked with students from the Commonwealth who are now studying in the U.K. and for whom access to university has transformed their lives.
Pulling up in a black Givenchy coat (previously worn during Remembrance Day) over a black pleated dress, Meghan showed up with an unexpected hairstyle. She debuted her first top knot - something different from her usual messy low bun or wearing it down. Her new 'do showed off her Dean Davidson's signature "midi knockout" studs. It was a simple look for the Duchess, but she looked incredible.
The day before...
YASSSS!!! Princess in Peach! Or blush. Or nude. Whatever color, she looks AMAZING.
The 37-year-old former "Suits" star made her first official visit to the National Theatre as patron. And we're obsessed with this look. The blush Brandon Maxwell dress and jacket along with her signature Aquazzura Matilde pumps were PEFECTION. Meghan received the charity from Queen Elizabeth herself after she served 45 years as the theater’s royal patron.
During her visit, she had the oppotunity to find out "more about the National Theatre’s work with arts and community organisations across the UK using theatre as a force for change.” We're sure Meghan is thrilled to be connected with the charity since the arts hold a special place in her heart. If you didn't know, Meghan has a degree in theater and international relations from Northwestern University.
As the Duchess made her rounds, she was intorduced to aspiring actors, technicians, and apprentices.
The former Hollywood actress accepted patronages that reflect her interests, including support for women, animal welfare, arts, and access to education. She has accepted honorary roles with Smart Works (a charity that helps women get back in the workforce), Mayhew(animal welfare organization), the National Theatre (arts), and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (education).
Now that she has completed her tour, the Duke and Duchess will make their way to Bristol on Friday, Feb. 1st. Kensington Palace https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/prince-harry-meghan-mark... ">announced the royal couple will "learn more about the city’s rich cultural history," where they will visit the Bristol Old Vic theatre stage and the Empire Boxing Gym.