Revealed: The £257 pink cashmere coat and Hugo Boss top Meghan wore for surprise solo visit to King’s College London
- Duchess of Sussex, 37, made an unannounced appearance on Wednesday
- Pregnant Meghan visited King’s College London for a meeting with academics
- The royal donned a £257 wool and cashmere coat by Canadian label Artizia
- She wore it over a fitted £82 black short sleeved sweater by Hugo Boss
Details of the outfit worn by the Duchess of Sussex yesterday have emerged – some 24 hours after the surprise solo engagement.
Pregnant Meghan, 37, made an unannounced visit to King’s College London to join academics for a round table discussion on the value of higher education in tackling global issues.
Limited photos of the event meant royal fashion fans struggled to identify the chich outfit worn by the Duchess – but they have now been revealed.
Pregnant Meghan, 37, made an unannounced visit to King’s College London yesterday, pictured. Details of her stylish outfit have emerged 24 hours after the surprise engagement
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This time she shoulder robed a camel style by Canadian brand Aritzia over a Hugo Boss jumper, accessorising the sophisticated look with her Solange Azagury-Partridge 'Love' ring. We love the cocoon shape and tortoiseshell buttons on this design, which is available in three different shades. Click (right) to start shopping.
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The Duchess wore the £257 ($328) cashmere Cocoon Coat, pictured, by Canadian label Aritzia, a go-to brand she has worn on a number of previous occasions
The mother-to-be, who is expecting her first child with Prince Harry next spring, sported a £82 ($105) short-sleeved knit sweater by Hugo Boss for the engagement, pictured
The mother-to-be, who is expecting her first child with Prince Harry next spring, sported a £82 ($105) short-sleeved knit sweater by Hugo Boss for the engagement.
She teamed the piece with a £257 ($328) pink cashmere coat by Canadian label Aritzia, a go-to brand she has worn on a number of previous occasions.
Meghan wore the Cocoon Coat in Myth, a very pale blush pink colour. The coat featured stylish tortoiseshell buttons.
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The royal kept her accessories to a minimum but appeared to be wearing the $70 (£54) ‘jamie love ring’ from LA-based jeweller Meredith Hahn.
Meghan, a passionate proponent of the importance of education, looked ready for business as she sat down with academics for the meeting, jotting down notes in a notebook.
Meghan, a passionate proponent of the importance of education, looked ready for business as she sat down with academics for the meeting, jotting down notes in a notebook, pictured
Meghan’s attendance at the meeting of The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) was not publicised ahead of time.
The event was publicised after the fact when Laura Hammond, professor of development studies at SOAS University London, tweeted: ‘We had an excellent discussion about how research can tackle the problems of slavery and human trafficking. Thanks to HRH Duchess of Sussex for joining us!’
Her tweet was shared alongside a photo of Meghan, sitting at the head of a table and looking engaged as another attendee spoke.
Meghan wore the Cocoon Coat in Myth, a very pale blush pink colour. The coat featured stylish tortoiseshell buttons, pictured
The ACU said the event was an opportunity to explore how higher education can help build a better world.
Discussions focused on the role of universities in addressing human trafficking and modern slavery, gender equality and inclusion, peace and reconciliation, and climate change and resilience.
The event follows her speech to students at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji in October.
Meghan spoke at the time of her struggle to finance her higher education and her ‘personal feeling of pride and excitement’ when she studied for her degree.
She described the education of women and girls in developing countries as ‘vital’, and called higher education’s impact ‘incredible, impactful and pivotal’.
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