Meghan Markle and Prince Harry – who are engaged to be married in May 2018 – are in Cardiff on a royal visit to Wales to lap up it’s culture and heritage and support local communities.
The royal couple were welcomed warmly by the Welsh as they arrived at Cardiff Castle, despite being an hour late due to train delays from London.
Meghan looked stunning in a black coat and velvet boots as she wore her hair up in a bun for the visit.
Kensington Palace wrote of the event: “Prince Harry and Ms. Markle will visit Cardiff on 18th January, for a day showcasing some of the rich culture and heritage of Wales at @cardiff_castle and to see an example of how organisations are working in communities across the country with @StreetGames.”
Meghan’s coat featured a big satin ribbon at the waist and was created by British designer Stella McCartney.
It’s currently on sale for $ 1,939.73 at Harrods and draws inspiration from the traditional tuxedo look.
Prince Harry and fiancèe Meghan Markle visit Reprezent 107.3FM radio station together [Getty ]
Meghan’s trousers are a nod to the Welsh and come from Hiut Denim, the small factory in Cardigan makes jeans and Meghan is thought to be wearing the Dina jeans, which cost £1750.00 and are a skinny fit.
Meanwhile, Meghan’s handbag is from Demellier London, Meghan has chosen the Mini Venice in Forest Grain, which is currently on sale from £295 to £165.
Meanwhile, Meghan appears to be wearing a pair of short black velvet boots from Tabitha Simmons.
Called the Kiki, the brand is American and the shoes costs $ 825.00.
Meghan opted for another low messy bun during the visit, which she did during the couple’s last engagement to Reprezent Radio.
She kept her makeup to a minimum and wore her unusual signature jewellery.