Meghan, Duchess Sussex attended her first Field of Remembrance event at London’s Westminster Abbey with husband Prince Harry on Thursday (November 7).
It was Prince Harry’s seventh time at the Field of Remembrance event, which has been held in the grounds of Westminster Abbey since November 1928.
Harry and Meghan each laid a Cross of Remembrance and observed a two-minute silence, followed by a visit to the plots. Meghan looked to be in good spirits as she chatted with veterans from the armed forces during the event.
Having wore two colourful looks last week, Meghan opted for a more muted colour palette to signify the solemness of the occasion.
The mother-of-one wore a classic navy midi dress with knee high black leather Tamara Mellon x Frame ‘Pic’ boots, and the textured Sentaler navy overcoat over the top which she teamed with a sophisticated navy hat by Philip Treacy.
I only really love the hat.
Slouchy boots? At a Remembrance event? It doesn’t quite feel right.
And when it comes to the coat, the belt is making it appear too bulky.
Considering the Sussex’s were filling in at this event for Camilla Parker-Bowles who was due to be at this event but had to cancel as she was ill, this last minute look was event appropriate at least.