Meghan Markle Shows Support for British Designers During Stylish Trip to Scotland

In their latest engagement together as a couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took a trip to Scotland on Tuesday, where they were greeted by a tiny horse and a plethora of royal fans.

For a visit to Edinburgh Castle this morning, the couple looked effortlessly chic in outfits that complemented each other, with Harry’s navy sweater matching the blue in Meghan’s Burberry Tartan wool coat.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in Scotland.
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The former “Suits” actress expertly paired the nearly $3,000 double-breasted cashmere-blend coat from the British brand with black Adley pants from Veronica Beard’s resort ’18 collection.

Accessorizing, Markle added a hunter green crossbody bag courtesy of Scottish label Strathbury, which highlighted the similar shade of green in her jacket.

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Meghan Markle wearing Burberry and Veronica Beard.
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Pulling her look together, the 36-year-old future royal sported charcoal-colored almond-toe pumps to meet the Shetland pony named Cruachan IV, who is the regimental mascot of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Meanwhile, her fiancé wore a simple gray coat over his crewneck sweater with black trousers and navy lace-up suede shoes.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry meet a tiny horse.
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This is hardly the first time that Prince Harry’s bride-to-be has shown her support for British labels. Since their engagement back in November, the Los Angeles-raised star has worn brands that Kate Middleton often reaches for, like Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Sarah Burton.

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