The Duchess of Sussex showed off her sporty style today at Loughborough University in London at the Coach Core Awards. Enjoying the athletic atmosophere, the duchess played a few fun games of tossing the ball with Prince Harry. Both looked to be in good spirits as they spoke with Coach Core apprentices and honorees from the program who are training to be future coaches and athletes.

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The Duchess of Sussex took part in a few of fun drills with Prince Harry as they met with tennis stars, netball players and marathon runners during the visit. Meghan remained in duchess mode and wore high heels, a belted peplum blouse and elegant black pants for the visit.

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The Duchess of Sussex opted for a draped top very similar in style to her Roland Mouret dresses and previous pre-Harry gowns. The ensemble is far removed from Kate’s sporty attire typically consisting of black jeans, sneakers and simple sweaters or even tracksuits.

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Duchess Meghan’s Fashion

The Duchess of Sussex opted for a navy Oscar de la Renta blouse featuring a v-neckline with a tiered asymmetrical peplum waist and matching belt.

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At this time, it’s believed Duchess Meghan wore her Altuzzara Serge Black Bootcut Trousers (thanks to Meghan’s Fashion for the information).

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And it’s speculated that Meghan wore her black Aquazzura Simply Irresistible Black Suede 105 Pumps.

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The Duchess also wore a new accessory it seems. She wore the PASCALE MONVOISIN Cauri N°2 9-karat rose gold, onyx and diamond necklace (thanks to Anne Young for the information). The necklace is handmade from 9-karat rose gold and features a shell pendant carved from 0.53-carats of glossy onyx that’s inlaid with a dainty 0.01-carat diamond.

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