Minimalist Meghan! Duchess of Sussex is radiant in a £245 knitted cream top from US label Anine Bing, £1,040 Brandon Maxwell trousers and towering heels as she joins Prince Harry in Dusseldorf
- Meghan Markle flashed a beaming smile as she left arrived in Dusseldorf with Prince Harry
- She and Harry stayed at their former family home in Windsor just half a mile from William and Kate
- The couple will meet with Invictus Games 2023 competitors in Germany to mark the countdown for the
Meghan Markle flashed a beaming smile while she walked hand-in-hand with her husband Prince Harry as the pair arrived in Dusseldorf for an Invictus Games event.
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, attended the event with Harry to mark the one-year countdown to the 2023 Games, which have been delayed due to the pandemic.
Megan looked elegant in a £245 cream knitted vest from LA-based designer Anine Bing and paired it with a pair of £1,040 beige wide-leg wool blend trousers from Beandon Maxwell.
She paired the top with simple, classy stud earrings and opted for a little eyeliner, blush and lip gloss to enhance her natural beauty.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex walked hand in hand as they arrived at an Invictus Games 2023 event in Dusseldorf ahead of next year’s event
Meghan looked effortlessly elegant as she walked down the red carpet with her husband in a £245 cream knitted top and £1.040 wide leg trousers
Meghan smiled as she shook hands with an official at the Invictus Games 2023 One Year to Go event, which marks the countdown to next year’s event
Harry and Meghan (pictured) will meet with officials and competitors at next year’s event, which has been delayed due to the Covid pandemic, in Dusseldorf
Meghan looked elegant in her understated look, in contrast with the radiant scarlet outfit she donned last night to address a crowd in Manchester
Meghan and Harry looked like the perfect pairing as they walked hand-in-hand as they arrived at City Hall, with Harry looking dapper in a dark grey suit and white shirt
The Duchess of Sussex appeared to share a joke with the officials of the Invictus Games as she was pictured laughing with them on her arrival in Dusseldorf
Meghan looked graceful as ever as she met with the officials ahead of the sixth Invictus Games event, which will be held next year following Covid delays
The couple posed outside City Hall in Dusseldorf, Germany alongside officials as the sun beamed down upon them for the Invictus Games One Year to Go event
Meghan perfectly paired her cream knitted top from LA-based designer Anine Bing with the belted wide-leg trousers from Brandon Maxwell
The Duchess chatted with a servicewoman from the German armed forces, looking radiant as the sun beamed down upon her
Meghan Markle, 41, beamed in the back of a Range Rover after spending the night at Frogmore Cottage as she headed to Dusseldorf, Germany
Meghan’s elegant cream vest is from Anine Bing and is on sale for £245 – pictured here on the model
Harry and Meghan arrived in Dusseldorf after they were pictured leaving Frogmore Cottage earlier this morning.
The couple stayed in Windsor last night, which had been their permanent home until they departed the UK to live in LA.
They had been just half a mile from Prince William, Kate Middleton and their three children, who have recently moved there from London – but the brothers are not expected to meet amid reports of a deep rift.
Meghan’s more understated look comes the morning after she dazzled in a stunning Another Tomorrow scarlet blouse costing £471, paired with matching wide-leg trousers.
She wore the outfit to address the crowd at the One Young World summit in Manchester, held at Bridgewater Hall, where she made a seven minute-long speech about gender equality.
The Duchess of Sussex delivered the speech to young leaders from more than 190 countries in her role as a counsellor for One Young World and it was her first in-person speech in the UK since she and Harry stepped down as senior royals in early 2020.
Meghan wore her hair in a neat low bun and accessorised her top with simple stud earrings, and wore minimal makeup
Harry was also pictured next to his wife in the back of the car as the couple were driven out of Frogmore Cottage before heading to Dusseldorf for an Invictus Games event
Meghan recalled the moment she was asked to take the role within One Young World and described it as a ‘pinch me moment’.
She said: ‘And there I was, the girl from Suits. I was surrounded by world leaders, humanitarians, prime ministers and activists that I had such a deep and long-standing respect and admiration for. And I was allowed in, to pull up a seat at the table.
‘I was so overwhelmed by this experience, I think, I think I even saved my little paper place-marker with my name on it. Just proof: proof that I was there, proof that I belonged, because the truth was, I wasn’t sure that I belonged.’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex surprised royal fans with their eco-friendly decision to take the train from London Euston to Manchester for the summit – after previously receiving criticism for flying in private jets.
The summit marked the first event in the Duke and Duchess’s whirlwind European trip – with the couple embarking on the second leg of their ‘lite’ royal tour in Dusseldorf, Germany, today.
The couple will meet officials and competitors in next year’s Invictus Games event to mark the one-year countdown to the event, which will be the sixth of its kind since Prince Harry, 38, founded the Games in 2014.
The Duke of Sussex, who served in the British Army for a decade, founded the games as a space for injured and sick servicemen and women to compete in an arena that allows them to show they are not limited by their injuries.
He was inspired to organise the Invictus Games after watching a similar event, the Warrior Games, in the US state of Colorado in 2013, in which competitors were injured servicemen and women.
The 2023 Games in Dusseldorf will be held in the Merkur Spiel-Arena – and have been delayed to next year due to the Covid pandemic.
Meghan and Harry will make the quick stopover in Germany before heading back to the UK on Thursday to attend the WellChild Awards, a charity of which Harry has been a patron for several years.
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