December 10: At a star-studded event, Meghan presented the designer of her wedding dress with a prize at the London Fashion Awards.
Later, Meghan switched outfits for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.
Nina Kharey, the founder of Alberta-based clothing line NONIE, once praised Markle for supporting Canadian designers after spotting the Duchess of Sussex in one of her own trench dresses.
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The duchesses share a cuddle.
On Commonwealth Day, heavily pregnant Meghan chose an elegant bespoke green coat decorated with black floral embellishments by Erdem, and Aquazzura Deneuve Black Bow Pointy Toe Pumps.
Kate, Meghan and Camilla all showed their respect for the Queen when she entered Westminster Abbey, dipping into a practically synchronized curtsy - however, she wasn't looking in their direction.
Meghan Markle may live in England, but she hasn't forgotten her Canadian past. The soon-to-be mum kept her look simple, yet elegant with a pair of black heels and a black clutch.
Meghan wore Erdem at an event at Canada House earlier in the day. She filmed "Suits" in Toronto for six years from 2011 to 2017, when she became engaged to the prince and moved across the pond. Commonwealth Day is the annual celebration of the Commonwealth of Nations, including countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Americas, the Pacific and Europe, and is often held on the second Monday in March.