Meghan Markle went for a super casual look on Day Two of her Netherlands trip with Prince Harry—and we're kind of obsessed with it.
- Meghan Markle has stepped out in a refreshingly casual look of baggy jeans and shoulder pads for Day Two of her Netherlands trip with Prince Harry.
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at The Hague yesterday to attend the Invictus Games, which will take place between April 16 and 22.
- In other royal news, Queen expected to miss Easter Sunday service at Windsor after Maundy Thursday cancellation.
Meghan Markle rocked a casual 80s-inspired outfit to greet athletes and play car games at the Invictus Games on Saturday, proving there's no style the former Suits actress can't nail.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in the Netherlands yesterday afternoon to attend the international sporting event, marking their first joint trip to Europe since emigrating to North America in early 2020.
The competition, which was founded by Harry in 2014, will see 500 wounded soldiers participate in 10 different sports at The Hague between April 16 and 22. The couple's appearance at the highly-anticipated event comes less than a couple of days after they met with the Queen and Prince Charles at Windsor Castle.
Meghan stepped out in a white power suit for the pre-game reception on Friday, pairing the Valentino ensemble with matching heels and a small handbag. She polished off the ensemble with soft waves, light makeup, and delicate jewelry to achieve the perfect springtime look. The elegant outfit was widely compared to Kate Middleton's white suit, which she wore on the Jamaica leg of her Caribbean tour with Prince William last month.
The Duchess of Sussex switched things up for her second day in the Netherlands, opting for more laid-back attire to enjoy the outdoor festivities.
Wearing baggy, light blue jeans and a shoulder-padded, navy blazer over a white t-shirt, the 40-year-old looked effortlessly chic as she shook hands with Invictus Games athletes at the Zuiderpark.
She teamed the 80s-inspired outfit with a gold-chained black bag, grey ballet pumps, and a pair of aviator sunglasses. Her hair was also straightened and scraped back in a tight ponytail, ensuring it didn't get in the way of the day's activities.
Harry went for an equally dressed-down look, ditching his usual suit for a navy polo shirt and dark denim jeans.
The royal couple showed off their fun side at the event, hopping into two different Land Rover Mini Defenders for the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge.
Meghan held an Italian flag as she accompanied a little girl in the toy vehicle, shortly before Harry hitched a ride in another child's Land Rover.
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