The Red Leather Skirt of Meghan Markle is straight out of the Closet of Queen Letizia

If one thing is certain, Meghan Markle will be able to pull off a pencil skirt.
At Friday's royal outing, the Duchess of Sussex continued her style winning streak. Feeling similarly sophisticated and fashionable, the new mom wore a ruby red outfit consisting of a cashmere pullover from Joseph "deep V-neck" and a leather pencil skirt from Hugo Boss Selrita. She also sported burgundy Sarah Flint heels remaining on the theme.

Meghan is not the only royal who loves this skirt, as it turns out. Spain's Queen Letizia was also pictured wearing it. In reality, as she attended a ceremonial event in South Korea, she only wore it 24 hours before Meghan. Nevertheless, Letizia selected a white blouse with long sleeves and detailing of the lace for her top.
If you wonder why the skirt of Meghan still looks familiar, it's because last year she also wore it in green to a royal commitment in Sussex.
So, what's the opportunity to look on Friday? Meghan participated in a roundtable discussion with The Queen's Commonwealth Trust at Windsor Castle on gender equality. Together with her husband Prince Harry, Meghan emphasized the importance of the cause and why supporting it is crucial for both men and women.

"As far as gender equality is concerned, which has been something I have advocated for a long time, you know, I don't think this dialogue will happen without men being part of it," she said. "And that's something that's also very important to how my husband feels. And since 2013, he's been working in this space, which many people don't notice as much. But I think that's really important:
You can't have a conversation with women about equality.

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