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The Duchess of Sussex looked incredibly chic at a royal engagement alongside the Duke of Sussex, and we’re obsessed with her coat.
- The Duchess of Sussex visited the 91st Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey alongside her husband, the Duke of Sussex.
- While we’d have to spend over £1,000 to get her original look, there’s a cheaper high street version available.
- This follows royal news that the Duchess of Cornwall had to miss the event due to health reasons.
The royal never disappoints when it comes to style inspiration, so no wonder we’re always trying to snap up her fashion favourites.
While attending a wear an emotional event at Westminster Abbey, Duchess Meghan kept it classy and respectful in a dark outfit.
The star of the ensemble was the stunning blue navy coat, from Canadian brand Bojana Sentaler, who are known for their alpaca coats.
However, the gorgeous number will set you back a few hundreds – £1,388 to be exact.
Describing the product online, the brand says, ‘A SENTALER Signature, famously worn by The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. The Original Long Wide Collar Wrap Coat exemplifies sophisticated elegance at its best.
‘This style features SENTALER’s signature design details such as square pockets and a long length with a dramatic back vent to amplify the effortless style of any woman. Made of Boucle Alpaca and fully lined, this coat is one of the warmest in the collection.’
But if you’re looking for a cheaper alternative, there’s a high street version from JD Williams, for just £72.
The Duchess also wore knee-length heeled leather boots by Tamara Mellon, which retail for £620 – but we found these £49.50 M&S boots to be the perfect replacement.
A picture of the couple at the solemn event was also posted on their official Instagram account, alongside the caption, ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined hundreds of veterans and their families at the 91st Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey, to honour and remember those who lost their lives in service of their country.
‘Their Royal Highnesses each planted a Cross of Remembrance, paying respect to those who have served in our Armed Forces. They were then honoured to spend time meeting with veterans and family members from all areas of the Armed forces – from those who have served in past campaigns to more recent conflicts.
‘This is the seventh time The Duke has attended the Field of Remembrance – having previously accompanied The Duke of Edinburgh for several years. The Duchess of Sussex was grateful to be able to join her husband on this important day and to personally recognise those who have served. #remembrance #lestweforget’.