Meghan Markle makes the case for an all-white ensemble on her latest outing
A monochromatic dresser
If you've ever wondered if you were wearing too much of one colour, Meghan Markle is casting out any doubt that monochromatic dressing is the way forward.
The Duchess of Sussex attended a performance at the National History Museum with husband Prince Harry wearing a custom white roll-neck dress by Calvin Klein (which is currently without a designer following the exit of Raf Simons in December) and a coat by Amanda Wakeley which she has worn previously. She paired the ensemble with olive green pumps and a matching clutch by Ralph Lauren.
The royals were on hand to watch The Wider Earth, a play about Charles Darwin's HMS Beagle expedition. It's the latest outing for the pair who have been keeping up a fairly busy schedule of late despite the fact that Meghan is due to give birth to the couple's first child in April. Just this past weekend it was announced that they will travel to Morocco at the end of this month on behalf of the Queen. And if their last royal tour was anything to go by, we're almost certain we're in for some stellar outfits and even better speeches.