As the Royal couple visited Edinburgh today, Miss Markle chose tartan and a local designer as part of her wardrobe for her first visit to Scotland.
Meghan and Prince Harry started their day meeting well-wishers outside Edinburgh Castle where Meghan was wearing a wool and cashmere tartan coat by Burberry, flared trousers by Monica Beard, a roll neck jumper and a cross body bag by Edinburgh designer Strathberry, which sold out within minutes of Meghan’s public appearance.
Miss Markle is clearly a fan of the designer as she carried their Midi Tote during her first royal engagement with Harry.
If you fancy treating yourself to Meghan’s tartan, double breasted Burberry coat, which is part of the latest runway collection, it’ll set you back a cool £1,999.
Prince Harry was sporting a long, grey blazer style coat, navy jumper and white shirt.
Harry and Meghan were meeting well-wishers before heading into the Castle to watch as the One O’clock gun is fired.
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Prince Harry took Meghan Markle on a royal walkabout to meet the people of Edinburgh on their official visit to Scotland.
They visited to social enterprise café, Social Bite, which supports the homeless and has been visited by number of famous faces including Hollywood star George Clooney.
Social Bite distributes 100,000 items of food and hot drinks to homeless people across Scotland each year, as well as employing staff who have experienced homelessness themselves.
The trip to Scotland will be the fourth public appearance Ms Markle and Harry have made together and follows successful visits to Nottingham, Brixton in south London and Cardiff in the months that followed their engagement announcement in November.
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