Meghan wows in £369 leather skirt as she visits namesake Sussex for first time

Meghan Markle made her first official visit to her namesake county today as she joined Prince Harry for a full day of engagements in Sussex.

The Duchess looked stunning as she arrived in Chichester for her first event of the day, where she greeted well-wishers who had waited to catch a glimpse of her.

She looked stunning in a dark green Hugo Boss leather skirt , which costs £369, with a sold out cream Armani coat.

Meghan teamed it with a £69 simple green shirt from And Other Stories and pair of nude suede stilettos.

Fashion fans also believe they’ve identified her green bag, and think it’s a Gabriela Hearst Nina Bag .

Meghan wore her hair in her signature messy bun and accessoried with gold jewellery.

The Duke and Duchess spent time shaking hands and chatting to people in the crowd.

Meghan was given a guide to Sussex and chatting with a child who seemed more interested in tucking into an apple.

They also met several cute dogs along the way, and stopped to have a quick stroke.

The couple have a busy day, with lots of official engagements.

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Their schedule includes:

  • Arrival at Chichester town centre to meet members of the public before going on to view a handwritten manuscript of the American Declaration of Independence.
  • They will then travel along the coast to officially open the University of Chichester’s Engineering and Digital Technology Park.
  • Meghan and Harry will then travel along the coast to the city of Brighton and Hove, starting with a visit to the Royal Pavilion.
  • They will then visit Survivors’ Network, a charity set up to support survivors of sexual violence and abuse.
  • They will end their busy day at the JOFF Youth Centre in the coastal town of Peacehaven – a community hub offering young people the chance to engage in positive activities, a ‘chill out’ area and music room.

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