After toying with some different colours over the past month, from bright yellow to khaki green and even patterns, the Duchess of Sussex returned to wearing her beloved neutral hue on her latest outing with Prince Harry today.
Meghan wore a soft pink, sleeveless trench dress from up-and-coming Canadian label NONIE for the occasion, which she teamed up with patent neutral courts from Dior and a pink Mulberry clutch.
The pair opened an exhibition based on the life and works of South African activist Nelson Mandela, which is being held to mark 100 years since the iconic leader was born.
They were given a personal tour of the exhibition and met with Andrew Mlangeni, a close friend of the late leader, and Thembi Tambo, the South Africa High Commissioner to the UK and daughter of anti-apartheid politician Oliver Tambo.
There are several items on display in the exhibition, including a copy of Shakespeare’s Collected Works which has annotations made by Mandela as well as a letter of thanks to the British public for their support.
This isn’t the first time Prince Harry has been involved with the late leader’s life, having visited his cell on Robben Island on a tour of South Africa and having met with Mandela’s widow Grace at the end of 2015.
The exhibition will remain open until August 19 in London’s Southbank.