It seemed that Meghan Markle wore a wardrobe that took place on Friday when he visited Bristol and urged her assistant to hurry with her help. Despite the ice cobblestones, the Sussex Duchess's grape coat thrown into the brown puddle when she leaned over to greet the young royal fans. Meghan's private secretary, Amy Pickerill, was believed to have quickly escaped Duchess's help to lift vintage William coat. During the visit, Meghan wore a dress of 2335 pounds of silk-chiffon midi Oscar de la Rena, a vintage designer William coat and £ 531 of olive leather boots.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry dressed cleverly in a black sweater with a white collar underneath it, joining it with a gray jacket.
Meghans and Prince Harry went to Bristol on Friday to attend the royal duties, including a visit to the Old Vic Theater.
The winter conditions meant that the arrival of Duke and Duke of Sussex was delayed by 20 minutes.
But the royal fans braved the snow to catch a couple outside the theater, including a group from the Adjahud Toth kindergarten.
Meghan showed that she is very British now when she talked to the royal ones, commenting on the weather and adding, "I hope everybody then gets a nice cup of tea."
And the 37-year-old thanked the royal fans for welcoming them, saying, "Thank you for waiting so long to tell hi, our train was a little delayed, but we tried everything to get there quickly."
A 37-year-old woman wore her hair and took a couple of long beige gloves and a small clutch bag.
When inside the theater, the royal couple practiced their parents' skills because they met three-year-old John John, whose mother Sally Cordwell is the executive director of the theater.
The royal couple traveled around the historic site built in 1766 and is the oldest working theater in the English speaking world.
And they discovered a plaque that marked their visit and officially opened the £ 2 million theater re-development.
It has been a busy week for Meghan, who is about to give birth in late April or early May.
The Duchy of Sussex also visited the University of London on Thursday to meet with students and academics from the Commonwealth University Association.
And on Wednesday, Meghan went out to visit the National Theater because she became the first official visit to the institution since its patronage.
Already in January, Meghan attended other royal patronage – Animal Charity Mayhew and Women's Charity Smart Works.