Meghan Markle honors Canada in a glittering green coat

Meghan Markle honors Canada in a glittering green coat

Earlier on Monday, during a visit to Canada House, Meghan looked ready for St Patrick's Day in a forest green coat with black embroidered accents.

During the service, both Meghan and Kate were seen saying hello, or hola, to different guests and conversing with them, but eventually the two made their way to each other.

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle shared a warm embrace while attending an interfaith service at Westminster Abbey, which kicks off Commonwealth Day 2019, a celebration of the 53 countries of the British Commonwealth.

"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are marking #CommonwealthDay by celebrating the diverse community of Canadians living around the UK", Kensington Palace explained in a tweet, sharing a video of the royal couple being greeted by hundreds of people waving Canadian flags.

Meghan Markle's assistant private secretary Amy Pickerill, has been working for the new royal since January previous year, and is now believed to be moving on in the coming months.

Prince William's life partner wore a red Catherine Walker coat, an item of clothing she'd shown off before back in 2014 as she arrived in New Zealand.

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And while Meghan's outfit may not have been in Canada's national colours of red and white, it was from a Canadian designer: Erdem.

The Duchess of Sussex, who is expected to give birth to her first child next month, was snapped arriving at Westminster Abbey wearing a Victoria Beckham fall '19 chain-print dress.

Meghan lived in Toronto for several years while filming her series, Suits, and Harry visited her in the city during their whirlwind courtship.

The Duchess of Sussex participated in a panel discussion on Friday, held at King's College London and convened by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, to discuss a range of issues affecting women today.

Meghan finished the look off with a pair of Aquazzara heels.

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