The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have continued their busy few weeks of engagements with a tour of a major new show celebrating the legacy of Nelson Mandela.
The royal couple visited the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition on its opening day at the Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall in London on Tuesday.
For her latest engagement, Meghan returned to her favoured neutral-toned colour palettein a blush pink sleeveless trench by Canadian brand House of Nonie, which is known for creating ethically developed womenswear.
She paired the summery style with matching stilettos and Mulberry England Clifton Shoulder Bag in blush calfskin.
The free exhibition, which will run until 19 August, explores the life and times of the South African political leader in the year marking 100 years since his birth.
During their visit, Harry and Meghan will meet with people associated with the exhibition and with Mandela's work.
Guests include Andrew Mlangeni, who spent 26 years imprisoned on Robben Island, and Thembi Tambo, South Africa's High Commissioner to the UK and daughter of anti-apartheid politician Oliver Tambo, who was a close colleague of Mandela.
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