Meghan Markle looked stylish on Friday as she attended Robert Clack School in Dagenham. Images released today, to mark International Women’s Day, reveal what the Duchess of Sussex wore for the visit.
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The Duchess was all business as she arrived at the school, in East London.
During the visit to the comprehensive school Meghan gave a talk on female empowerment.
She was also seen posing with children marking an equals sign with her arms – to celebrate the day.
Meghan wore a smart ensemble, with a white jacket and black trousers. The Duchess wore a belted boucle jacket from ME+EM, £295.
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She carried the Nane bag from Rejina Pyo, which costs £306.52.
Around Meghan’s neck hung the “Kismet Charm Necklace”, £125, from Edge of Ember.
The brand’s website claims the gold piece is “inspired by vintage coins found in Asia, these modern-day talismans carry icons of good fortune.”
On her feet the Duchess wore a pair of the Jennifer Chamandi Lorenzo 85 Two-Tone Leather Pumps in beige, which retail for £550.
Jennifer Chamandi uses a signature tapering heel, which she has said “creates the curve of the foot and the sway to the hips.”
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The shoes have also been worn by Amal Clooney, George Clooney’s wife and a guest at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding.
It was suggested Meghan’s speech at the school hit back at the Royal Family.
Meghan Markle told pupils at a school in Dagenham to “fight for what they believe in”.
She continued: “No matter how small you might feel, no matter what colour you are, no matter what gender you are, you have a voice and you certainly have the right to speak up for what is right.
“I encourage and empower each of you to really stand in your truth, to stand for what is right.”
Expert Phil Dampier, who wrote a book on Harry and Meghan, told the Sun: “This is a clear signal that she felt she was standing up for herself when she quit the Royal Family.”
Last night Meghan Markle wore a red ensemble, matching her husband’s military uniform.
She looked gorgeous in a £1,295 Safiyaa gown as she coordinated outfits with Prince Harry, while they attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music in London for their final round of “senior” royal duties.
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