Meghan Markle hides her baby bump in long Club Monacco coat and matching loose dress in recent pics
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex made a solo public appearance at the Hubb Community Kitchen in West London. She hid her baby bump with a stunning Club Monaco dress.
A radiant Meghan Markle stepped out on Tuesday morning for a solo public appearance. She attended a meeting with the women who run the Hubb Community Kitchen in London.
The stylish royal opted for a stunning yet casual ensemble. Donning a gorgeous burgundy shift dress with a black velvet collar, the duchess effortlessly hid her growing baby bump.
She paired the gorgeous dress with a heavy winter coat in the same color. To complete her outfit, Markle added a pair of dark black tights.
While the Duchess is expecting her first child with Prince Harry in the Spring neither item of clothing she chose were maternity wear. Instead, the items are from the brands main clothing line.
Nevertheless, the simple Club Monaco dress and the coat fit the pregnant duchess beautifully. The dress flowed effortlessly to her knees and the coat's thick fabric hid any signs of her growing tummy.
The Duchess is taking a leaf from her sister-in-law Kate's book. Kate also managed to keep wearing non-maternity clothing from her favorite labels almost to the end of her third pregnancy.
The Duchess of Sussex has arrived at the Hubb Community Kitchen in West London to see how the proceeds from Together are helping make a difference. pic.twitter.com/FKyjCF8W90— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) November 21, 2018
Donning a gorgeous burgundy shift dress with a black velvet collar, the duchess effortlessly hid her growing baby bump.
The Duchess of Sussex opted to keep the look extremely simple. Her hair was in a simple but sleek ponytail.
For accessories, she wore only a simple gold ring on her right hand. The elegant Duchess paired her simple outfit with a chic pair of stiletto leather ankle boots by Givenchy.
The Duchess introduces friend and Michelin starred chef Clare Smyth to the women, as they prepare 300 meals for the local community to be delivered to care homes, homeless shelters and women’s refuges. pic.twitter.com/c9SH3LDAPw— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) November 21, 2018
Earlier this year, Markle wrote a cookbook called, Together. She had donated all the proceeds from the sale of the book to the Hubb Community Kitchen.
The Duchess has made regular private visits to the kitchen since January, which was set up by women from the community affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Through the power of cooking, the women have been able to connect, heal and look forward. #CookTogether pic.twitter.com/l1BKghndB1— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) November 21, 2018
The funding allowed the community kitchen to be renovated and redesigned. The new renovations allow the kitchen to used every day whereas previously it could only cater for two days a week.