Meghan Markle visits Brixton with Prince Harry wearing this high street designer
She was spotted wearing a pair of elegant black Burberry trousers with a slight flare, hiding a simple pair of heeled black court shoes.
Getting used to the British cold, she wrapped up in a calf-length beige woollen coat from British brand Smythe coat with a matching scarf.
According to Mirror Online she was spotted wearing a black jumper from high street store Marks and Spencers.
The jumper cost just £45 as she mixed high street retailers with British fashion designers, something that future sister-in-law Kate Middleton also does.
She also had her hair tied back in a simple bun, despite some of it being rustled by the strong winds.
Her conservative looks continues from her previous style overhaul since being welcomed into the royal family.
On her first visit with Prince Harry as a couple to Nottingham, she dressed in a similarly long coat with long boots and gloves to keep out the cold weather.
Meghan and Harry he pair were visiting community radio station Reprezent 107.3FM in Brixton.
The couple were met by hundreds of people on the visit the radio station, which was established ten years ago to teach media and employment to young people.
It was also created after a surge of knife crimes in the area.
On the visit, they will also learn about the programme as well as seen volunteers and those who have benefited from the scheme.
Fans who lined the streets called Meghan’s name and cheered as she turned to wave at them.
Henrie Kwushue, who presents a morning rap at Reprezent, commented about the visit before they joined them in Brixton: “I absolutely love the royals, it’s ridiculous.
“The fact they’re coming here, they’re interested in diversity, they’re interested in what we have to say.”
Mike Eweje, from a local shop, didn’t agree and stated: “It’s a stunt for the royal family.”