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She said last week that she was looking forward to putting her feet up ahead of the birth of her first child.
However there was no letup for Meghan Markle on Monday, as she marked Commonwealth Day with a visit to London’s Canada House, wearing killer four-inch heels.
As if meeting several hundred adoring fans and making maple taffy wasn’t enough for one day, later in the day she was due to attend an hour-long church service, also to mark the holiday, with the queen.
The Commonwealth is a loose association of nations with British links, many but not all of which are former British colonies.
Meghan, who is eight months’ pregnant and was accompanied by her husband, teamed the Aquazzura shoes with a stunning green coat and matching dress by, appropriately, the Canadian label Erdem.
The website What Meghan Wore (bookmark it) said Meghan’s coat is “based on a piece from the designer’s a/w 2019 collection,” describing the wool coat as “’60s-inspired” with bracelet-length sleeves, wide cuffs, and oversize beaded buttons.”
The coat is embroidered with a black beads and sequins in a rose pattern.
WMW said Meghan was carrying a Givenchy black satin clutch and wore earrings by another Canadian brand, Birks; the same pair she had on when the couple announced their engagement.
The couple were given gifts for their new baby on departing the event: a Canadian maple leaf baby bodysuit and some infant moccasins.
A quick change, then Meghan will be off to church with HM.