It looks like Meghan Markle’s been taking tips from sister-in-law Kate Middleton as she recycled a black Givenchy coat for an official visit with the Association of Commonwealth Universities today.
The custom made cap sleeve detail coat was previously worn by Meghan, 37, for the National Service of Remembrance in November.
The cap-sleeved style is based on a Givenchy Haute Couture coat and was created by her wedding dress designer Clare Waight Keller.
Meghan teamed the coat with a black pleated dress with a handkerchief hemline and pair of nude high heeled courts.
She also showcased a new hairstyle, an elegant high bun.
On Tuesday the Duchess of Cambridge recycled a McQueen coat for the third time for the opening of the new V&A museum in Dundee.
The navy and green tartan coat, estimated to be six years old, was previously worn in 2012 when she visited her old prep school, Saint Andrew’s in Pangbourne.
And then again in 2013 for the Christmas church service in Sandringham.
Meghan’s outfit was in stark contrast to yesterdays blush pink ensemble but was equally striking.
The Duchess is clearly enjoying her pregnancy and has been showcasing some incredibly stylish maternity looks.
The ACU is the last of the Meghan’s four newly-announced patronages.
She went to the National Theatre yesterday and visited Smart Works and the Mayhew earlier this month.
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