The Duchess of Sussex was pictured for the first time back in Canada following her departure from the UK last week. The mom of one was photographed boarding a seaplane on Vancouver Island. The Sun had the exclusive images of the royal as she made her way to the small aircraft.

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Meghan was seen in a green parka jacket which appears to be her Epler faux fur trim waterproof parka by Barbour. The jacket is designed to be both waterproof and breathable and is finished with inner wadding for added warmth. In addition, the hood has been finished with a fur trim for a parka inspired look–the fur trim is designed to be detachable. Meghan’s jacket also features lower pockets and a zipped chest pocket.

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Meghan previously wore her faux fur parka around Toronto to yoga class following a Jamaican getaway with Prince Harry in 2017.

It’s believed Meghan carried her Cuyana structured leather tote as she was spotted with a large black bag on her travels and debuted the shoulder bag at Wimbledon last year. Meghan’s monogrammed classic leather tote bag is made using Italian leather and microsuede lining. The double-face construction reinforces an elegant shape and the bag is finished with hand-applied edge paint and subtle contrasting lining.

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Meghan also carried a Cuyana Weekender bag in New York City following her star-studded baby shower.

Royal fashion expert Laura Ashworth believes the duchess may be wearing her cable-knit swing sweater from the Row which she wore on the TV program Suits on Season 3, Episode 9. Similar HERE and HERE and HERE

Meghan finished the look with Le Chameau Jameson Quilted boots (similar HERE and HERE and HERE).

To finish the outdoorsy style, Meghan is believed to have worn Everlane’s Wool Cashmere Blanket Scarf. ID What Meghan Wore

According to Us Weekly, Meghan has been spotted running errands on the island and reportedly has been driving herself around town and even used a drugstore parking lot. Later, Meghan made a visit to Justice for Girls where she opted for a new necklace featuring a whale tail which is made by a local indigenous artist, Hollie Bartlett. (Similar HERE).

Meghan sat down for tea with the group and chatted about and hour and a half.