Another throwback today, and this one took place just a few weeks before Meghan was due to wed Prince Harry! This was actually her first outing of two that day, in remembrance of ANZAC Day – the acronym stands for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps. ANZAC Day (April 25th) is the anniversary of the first major military action fought by both countries during the first World War. The first engagement of the day was a service at dawn to commemorate the men and women who served. Meghan joined her soon-to-be hubby, Prince Harry, who laid a wreath at the memorial.
For the early morning engagement, Markle wore this double-breasted Smythe coat over a long-sleeved black dress (which surprisingly nobody was able to identify!). The coat is from Smythe’s Fall 2018 collection, and it just so happens to still be available in a number of sizes here and here! While I love the coat, I do feel like it’s a little too big and long on Meghan. Maybe it’s because of her self-proclaimed short waist figure, but it seems to dwarf her. If you have a longer torso though, I think this coat is absolutely stunning!