Recently, Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle made her first royal engagement in 2019 in a chic black dress as she visited one of her four patronages given to her by Queen Elizabeth II. And now the Duke and Duchess attended their first joint engagement on a visit to Birkenhead in Merseyside. Meghan opted for colour-blocking attire and rocked two vibrant hues. Meghan seems to be taking inspiration from Harry’s late mother Princess Diana who loved the colour-blocking trend and was often spotted in vibrant hues. Meghan Markle Due Date Revealed: Royal Baby to Arrive in Late April.
After seen at multiple occasions in neutral Meghan sent the pap into a frenzy when she stepped out in a bright purple midi dress from Aritzia’s Babaton range and a red coat by Sentaler. She paired her outfit with matching red Stuart Weitzman shoes a Gabriela Hearst bag. She styled her hair in a casual bun. 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 Shows How to Rock Colour-Blocking Style
Harry and Meghan's First Engagement as a Couple in 2019
For those who aren’t aware, colour-blocking in fashion means as the exploration of taking colours that are opposites on the colour wheel and pairing them together to make an interesting and complementary colour combinations. Fashion experts explain colour-blocking as wearing multiple articles of solid-coloured clothing in a single outfit.
During their visit Harry and Meghan viewed a statue, visited a community café, charity that helps support women upon their release of prison and viewed a performance by a local dance troupe. Meghan is due in late April and according to some media reports, Priyanka Chopra is being considered to be her baby’s Godmother.