Meghan Markle Goes Tonal For Her First Appearance of 2020

Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their first appearance of 2020 this morning.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle returned to work today after their two month break, looking refreshed and ready for a new year. The pair arrived at London’s Canada House today to a cheering crowd waving Canadian flags ahead of meeting with Janice Charette, the High Commissioner in Canada to the UK, in order to thank her and her staff “ for the warm Canadian hospitality and support they received during their stay” in Canada across the holidays.

Harry and Meghan greeted fans who had gathered to welcome the pair outside of Canada House before heading inside.

Before arriving to Canada House, it was revealed that Harry and Meghan paid a private visit to the Hubb Community Kitchen – the organization with whom Meghan wrote the Together: Our Community Kitchen cookbook last year. According to royal expert Emily Nash, the Duchess wanted to “check in” with the women after her break.

For today’s outing, Meghan opted a sleek, tonal ensemble consisting of a cool camel coat by Stella McCartney (a brand favoured by the Duchess throughout the past couple of years – let’s not forget that her reception dress was the work of the British designer), a caramel brown turtleneck, a deep brown silk skirt from Massimo Dutti and chic velvet pumps from Jimmy Choo.

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Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage

In a tweet posted by royal commentator Omid Scobie, Charette said of the visit, “It was a pleasure as always to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to Canada House, for their second visit in less than a year. We are delighted Their Royal Highnesses were able to enjoy warm Canadian hospitality during their recent stay in Canada. Today’s visit provided an opportunity to discuss some of the common priorities and values shared by Canada and Their Royal Highnesses, such as a commitment to conservation and fighting the challenges of climate change, supporting the economic and democratic empowerment of young women and girls and encouraging young people and youth leaders in Canada and across the Commonwealth to actively engage in the social, economic and environmental challenges of their generation.”

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