Meghan Markle stepped out for a new solo engagement at Brinsworth House, a nursing home and residential care facility in Twickenham, less than hour outside of London. For the solo event, the Duchess of Sussex wore a gray wool coat by Canadian brand Soia & Kyo with a midi-length floral dress by coveted brand, Brock Collection.
For accessories, she went simple with Aquazzura suede pumps (one of her go-tos), a silk fold-over clutch by Wilbur & Gussie, and tear-drop shaped Maison Birks earrings.
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The frock, from Brock Collection’s Resort 2019 range, stays true to the brand’s romantic aesthetic with a blossomy print, ruched cap sleeves, and a square neckline.
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Brock Collection – Odilia Floral Print Panelled Midi Dress – Womens – Ivory Multi
Brinsworth House is supported by the Royal Variety Charity, which aids people who’ve worked in the entertainment industry and need assistance due to old age, illness, or hard times, according to Kensington Palace. Today’s engagement is fitting work for Meghan, who built a career as an actress before marrying Prince Harry and joining the royal family in May. The charity was established in 1908 and the Queen is its sole patron, according to its official website.
A better look at Meghan’s @BROCKCOLLECTION dress: pic.twitter.com/8RG0pT9IKm
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The @RoyalVariety Charity, of which The Queen is Patron, assists those who have worked professionally in the entertainment industry and are in need of help and assistance as a result of old age, ill-health, or hard times. pic.twitter.com/Ewr8WsTOkp
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Meghan was previously attached to the organization, as she and Prince Harry attended the annual Royal Variety Performance last month. She wore a black sequined halter top and floor-length skirt by Safiyaa for the occasion.