Before partaking in a ceremony to honor fallen British soldiers at Westminster Abbey, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had an important engagement at the Broom Farm Community Center just a 15-minute drive from their Frogmore Cottage home. The couple met with deployed service personnel and their families while giving updates about baby Archie including his tiny new teeth (two!) and his first attempts at crawling. Meghan even asked one of the young children about her best friend and both Harry and Meghan played and joked with some of the kids while Harry received a cupcake from one little girl.
The couple were made the neighborly visit in Windsor just in time for coffee and chatted with families in the community centre which is located in the heart of the Army housing estate. During the visit, the Duchess of Sussex received flowers and high-fives from some of the children.
For this outing, Meghan wore a white three-quarter length blouse with a neck tie and ruching at the sleeve.
She also wore a fitted black pencil skirt from friend Misha Nonoo’s line called the Prose skirt. The classic black skirt features a grosgrain waistband and slit at the hem. Find the style at Orchard Mile or Misha Nonoo.
The mom of one came to the army housing estate in an olive green belted wrap coat by Massimo Dutti (thanks to What Meghan Wore). The toffee colored long coat features a tie belt, made of 100% wool. The warm topper boasts an A-line fit, lapel collar, two side pockets, long sleeves, belt loops and one back vent (similar HERE and HERE).
And the duchess completed the look with some new accessories and wore a multi-strand gold pendant necklace.