Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a surprise visit to Belfast last week.
It had previously been reported the duo were to step back on royal engagements as the royal wedding edges nearer, with the invites being sent out.
But that didn’t stop the duo visiting the Eikon Centre in Lisburn for an event to mark the second year of the youth-led peace-building initiative Amazing the Space.
And while fans quickly picked up on the American gorgeous green and cream outfit, some people missed the nod the 36-year-old made with her bag of choice.
Meghan opted for a brown leather bag by Charlotte Elizabeth to complete her look.
And the designer has none-other than Prince Charles to thank in part for her success.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are pictured outside one of Belfast’s most famous pubs the Crown Liquor Saloon [Wenn]
The British bag brand is supported by The Prince’s Trust, a charity founded by the Prince Of Wales to help and support young people get their lives on track, including helping people get businesses off the ground.
Prince William and Prince Harry’s father started the trust in 1976 and last year they empowered 58,000 young people to turn their lives around.
Over on the brand’s website, they state: “Charlotte Elizabeth is an all British-made handbag business, proudly supported by The Prince’s Trust.
“We believe in supporting British craftsmanship, which is why every Charlotte Elizabeth product is sourced and stitched in Great Britain.”
The Prince’s Trust offers courses to teach people how to set up and run their own business, and even offers loans to get things off the ground.
But obviously it wasn’t just her bag that made up her carefully considered outfit.
Kate Middleton’s future sister-in-law opted for a cream jumper by Victoria Beckham, a green pencil skirt by Greta Constantine and a pair or orange heels by Manolo Blahnik.
The bride-to-be finished the look off with a cream coat and a brown leather bag by Charlotte Elizabeth.