Meghan Markle Looks Classy in a Black Maternity Dress With Oscar de la Renta Trench Coat as She Steps Out for Her First Royal Engagement of The Year, See Pics
Meghan Markle wears black maternity dress for her first royal engagement in 2019. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle makes her first royal engagement in 2019 and steps out looking classy and royal in a black maternity dress. The pregnant royal visited one of her new patronages handed down by the Queen Elizabeth II. Meghan visited Smart Works which helps vulnerable and long-term unemployed women regain their skills and confidence to get into work. Meghan has time and again stepped out in outfits that is a must-have for everyone to have in their wardrobe. And yet again the Duchess makes a statement in classic and comfortable black maternity dress which she teamed with a trench coat. Pregnant Meghan Markle Dons Aussie Designer's White Ensemble And Literally Breaks The Internet - View Pics.

Meghan looks sophisticated in black mid-length ‘Eliza Dress’ by Hatch which is also her first venture into maternity wear. The outfit is made of stretch cotton viscose knit, as reported by Instyle magazine. She teams it with a camel swing cotton-twill coat by Oscar de la Renta. She accessorises her look with a Victoria Beckham Vanity Top Handle bag and dainty earrings from ethical jewellery brand, Kimai. She styled her hair in a signature classic sleek middle-partitioned low bun and nude makeup look. Meghan Markle’s Royal Faux Pas! The Duchess of Sussex Forgets to Remove the Price Tag of Her Dress.

Meghan Markle in Chic Black Maternity Dress for Her First Royal Engagement in 2019

Meghan Markle looks classy in black maternity dress. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

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Meghan Markle during her first royal engagement in 2019. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

The New York-based maternity brand has also been worn by Rachel Weisz, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Alba and Reese Witherspoon. At Smart Works, beneficiaries can be provided with complete outfits of high-quality clothes for job interviews and the opportunity to join Smart Works Network, furthering their professional and personal development. On January 10, the palace officially announced that Meghan would also become a patron of the National Theatre, The Association of Commonwealth Universities and the animal welfare charity Mayhew.