On her way to becoming a fully fledged royal, Meghan Markle accompanied her fiancé Prince Harry for their second official engagement.
The couple visited Reprezent radio station in Brixton, south London to learn about their work supporting young people via mentoring schemes in radio and broadcasting.
Crowds lined the street to greet the royal couple while internet style bloggers were abuzz waiting to see what the emerging fashion icon, Markle, was wearing for the visit.
And let’s just say, the actress’ fashion choices didn’t disappoint.
With her hair swept into a casual low bun, Markle opted for a long camel coat from Canadian brand Smythe.
In the immediate minutes after Meghan’s coat was seen, the ‘Brando coat’ – which is advertised for £585 on Revolve’s website – appeared to be sold out via most of their stockists.
This is not the first time the Suits actress has opted for the brand. She was recently reportedly spotted wearing the label’s ruffle sweater in London, days before her royal engagement announcement.
It’s also not the first Canadian clothing brand she has publicly supported, perhaps in a bid to show her penchant for the country after working in the city of Toronto for six years filming her hit legal drama.
However, according to the Daily Express’ royal editor, Markle gave a nod to British designers through the rest of her outfit, hidden beneath her camel-hued coat.
The bride-to-be reportedly wore a Marks and Spencer wool blend round neck bell sleeve jumper, Burberry trousers and a scarf by royal high-street favorite, Jigsaw (where the Duchess of Cambridge used to work before she was engaged to Prince William).
Meghan's coat is by Smythe, sweater by Marks & Spencer, trousers by Burberry, and scarf by Jigsaw.
— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) January 9, 2018