The Duke and Duchess of Sussex showed their support for Invictus athletes and attended the final competition of the games in the afternoon for the wheelchair basketball finals.
After just returning from their trip to Tonga, the couple joined the crowds in the stands and shunned the option to sit in the reserved VIP area with the Prime Minister and David Beckham. Meghan spoke with the athletes and handed out medals to the players.
In addition, Meghan greeted competitors along with Prince Harry and even received kisses and hugs from some of the basketball players.
For the sporting event, Meghan dressed in semi-casual clothing opting for a look similar to her Oscar de la Renta draped asymmetrical top for the Coach Core Awards. Meghan wore a Scalan Theodore Garnet Crepe Knit Wrap Jacket in Garnet. The crepe knit wrap front tailored jacket features a wrap front, waist tie and ruffled hem.
The Duchess paired the peplum style top with what’s believed to be her Outland Denim Harriet black stretch skinny jeans.
For heels, Meghan wore her Sarah Flint Jay 100 Tortoiseshell Pumps. The shoes feature black suede, leather lining and brown tortoiseshell heel.
Meghan accessorized with her Shaun Leane Talon Earrings.
Later that evening, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the closing ceremonies of the Invictus Games and Meghan took the stage to deliver a heartwarming and touching speech hailing the Invictus athletes and their families for their hard work, sportmanship and dedication.
For this occasion, the Duchess wore a dark green Antonio Berardi Tuxedo dress. The custom creation is likely from an upcoming collection from the designer.
The duchess added her Cuyana Mini Chain Saddle Bag in Quartz. The bag is crafted from full-grain Italian leather and features plated Italian hardware and a magnetic flap closure.
Meghan added her Aquazzura Casablanca Peach Suede Pumps.
For accessories, she wore her Pippa Small Omeen Bangle.
And the Pippa Small Oshna Bangle.
She completed the look with Natalie Marie Jewellry Dotted Mana Studs.