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On Friday morning, Meghan Markle attended a One Young World discussion on global gender equality at Windsor Castle.
Prince Harry also made an unannounced appearance, as he drove his wife the short distance to the event in his electric car. The couple live just a few miles away at Frogmore Cottage, which they moved to earlier this year prior to the birth of their first child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
Meghan cut a striking figure in an autumnal deep red ensemble, pairing a trendy leather skirt with a V-neck burgundy jumper by Joseph (£235).
The statement skirt by German luxury label, Hugo Boss, is available to buy for £369 and also comes in more classic shades of light brown and black.
The 38-year-old finished off the tonal look with suede shoes by Sarah Flint in the same rich tone and kept her accessories minimal, opting for a single gold bracelet and her hair styled in an up-do.
Meghan isn’t the only royal fan of the trendy red number, Queen Letizia of Spain was seen in the same skirt the day before.
The 47-year-old, who was visiting the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency in South Korea, styled it with a contrasting white blouse and complementing red leather accessories.
Meghan has continued to favour bold, colourful ensembles this month.
On Tuesday, the 38-year-old attended the One Young World summits opening ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall where she wore an ultra violet midi dress by Aritzia, which she had previously sported in January whilst pregnant with Archie.
Earlier in October, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also attended the WellChild Awards, where Meghan rewore a bottle green midi dress that was first seen during the couple’s engagement announcement in 2017.