Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, paid a trip to the Bristol-based charity One25 and Bristol Old Vic as part of their visit to Bristol today. Having stepped inside and out of the snow, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had taken off their coats and looked much warmer than they had earlier in the day - when they were pictured outdoors amid the bout of bad weather. The retired actor, who has become something of a style icon, wore a stunning designer dress. The black mid-length ensemble was an Oscar de la Renta belted printed silk-chiffon midi dress, which costs around £1,386, according to Net-A-Porter.
Currently sold out on the website, the black dress featured semi-sheer sleeves.
It had a woodland-inspired print - with depictions of birds, flowers, and deer on it.
She teamed the outfit with a pair of olive green heeled boots.
Wearing a Sarah Flint design, she sported the Marina style, which were handcrafted in olive costa leather.
The towering heels cost around £531.
Meghan, who is currently pregnant with her first child, accessorised her outfit with an olive green clutch bag.
It’s thought she may have taken this item with her to the christening of Prince Louis back in July last year.
However, style-stealers may be disappointed to hear that it’s not known where the bag is from.
She also wore a silver pendant, and sparkling earrings.
Prince Harry looked equally dapper, wearing a chic yet casual look.
The royal wore a pair of pale trousers and a belt, as well as a white shirt.
Leaving his top button undone, he also donned a black long-sleeved jumper.
Finishing the look, Prince Harry wore suede-look blue boots.
During the visit, the pair spoke to volunteers in the charity kitchen, and helped to put together food parcels which would go in