Meghan Markle wore a red leather pencil skirt to a roundtable discussion at Windsor Castle. Prince Harry served as her driver to the event.
Pretty in red! Prince Harry showed he is genuinely Prince Charming by breaking out his chariot, a silver Audi car, to drive his wife, Meghan Markle to a roundtable discussion at Windsor Castle.
Rebecca English, a British reporter, shared a video of the couple's arrival on Twitter with the words:
"Prince Harry joined his wife, Meghan, today as she attended a round table discussion on gender equality with the Queen's Commonwealth Trust (QCT) and One Young World at Windsor Castle — and he did the driving."
The Duchess of Sussex's skirt is a design of Hugo Boss, which retails at Nordstrom at $595, while her shoe is from the Perfect Pumps collection of Sarah Flint.
The former actress held her hair up in a center part and some loose strands and she accessorized with her go-to diamond studs from Emily Mortimer.
Markle looked divine while making her way into the hall where her meeting took place, and Prince Harry looked dapper in a blue suit.
Interestingly, the Duke of Sussex was not scheduled to attend the meeting, which had women from several commonwealth countries in attendance.
Explaining his presence, the former "Suits" star who champions women empowerment causes said there couldn't be progress on the subject of gender equality if men are not part of the discussion. In her words:
"In terms of gender equality, which has been something I have championed for a long time, you know I think that conversation can't happen without men being a part of it."
Markle pointed out that Prince Harry has worked actively on gender equality movements and discussions since 2013, she added:
"You can't have a discussion about women's empowerment with just women. And so, it made complete sense to let him join today."
The dad-of-one spoke on the generational gap among men, and the likelihood of older men changing their ways to conform with the mentality of today's world.
Markle became a member of One Young World in 2014 and remains a strong advocate for gender equality.