Pretty in pale pink!
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, stepped out in one of her favorite colors as she visited The National Theatre in London this week. She sported a blush-colored dress, layered with a blazer in the same delicate shade.
The former Meghan Markle recently became Patron of The National Theatre, a role passed to her from Queen Elizabeth.
She wore her hair in her signature, sleek updo — this time, with a side part! — as she learned about the work of The National Theatre and watched performances from talented primary school children.
The duchess’s outfit included a few royal repeats.
She appeared to be wearing the same Aquazzura heels that she wore for her official engagement photos with Prince Harry.
She also accessorized with the same gold-accented, Carolina Herrera clutch that she carried at the Trooping the Colour parade last summer. She wore a beautiful, light pink ensemble for that event as well.
Some wondered if the duchess’s pink dress hinted at the gender of her baby, who she recently said is due in late April or early May.
Then again, the duchess has long been a fan of blush-colored ensembles, baby bump or not. She wore yet another shade of very pale pink during an event with the queen last summer.
The duchess also sported a blush-colored trench dress for an official appearance in London last year.
It’s safe to say that blush is one of the duchess’s signature shades, and for good reason — the color couldn’t be more flattering on her!
If you're also excited about the pale pink trend, here are some items in the chic color that we love:
- Givenchy Knee-Length Dress, Yoox
- Tibi Stretch-Viscose Oversized Tuxedo Blazer, Goop
- Year Of Ours Sport Sweatshirt, Goop
- Charter Club Bristol Skinny Ankle Jeans, Macy's
- Tommy Hilfiger Crepe Suiting Trench, Macy's
- Love, Fire Pleated Georgette Midi Skirt, Nordstrom
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