Heavily-Pregnant Meghan Markle Steps Out In Towering Heels For Event With Harry In Canada House

Heavily-Pregnant Meghan Markle Steps Out In Towering Heels For Event With Harry In Canada House
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    A chivalrous Prince Harry today let his pregnant wife Meghan Markle step ahead of him as the
    couple arrived for a Commonwealth bash.
    Even the gentleman, the future dad made sure to look after the Duchess of Sussex as she
    headed into Canada House to mark Commonwealth Day.
    It's an exciting time for the couple, who will welcome their first child together in
    a matter of weeks.
    But despite getting ever closer to her due date, Meghan Markle has shown no signs of
    slowing down - attending a string of royal engagements in the past few weeks.
    Today, in a nod to Canada, Meghan looked stunning in an embellished green coat by Canadian and
    Turkish fashion designer Erdem Moralioglu along with £486 Aquazzura pumps.
    The event at Canada House in Trafalgar Square will showcase the diverse community of young
    Canadians living in the UK, with the royal couple speaking to those working in fashion,
    tech entrepreneurship, business and the arts.
    The visit to Canada House is sure to be special for Meghan, who previously lived in Toronto
    for six years while filming the popular TV show Suits.
    Meghan previously described Canada as her "second home".
    Harry and Meghan have spearheaded the Queen's Commonwealth duties after being made President
    and Vice President of Her Majesty's Commonwealth Trust.
    Later, the 37-year-old and her husband will join senior members of the Royal Family at
    the event to mark Commonwealth Day.
    The Queen is also expected to attend the even this morning, with the head of state previously
    praising how the family of nations draws together to protect the planet.
    Later in the evening, Charles and Camilla will be guests of the Commonwealth Secretary-General
    at the annual reception which traditionally takes place on Commonwealth Day at Marlborough
    House, the home of the Commonwealth Secretariat, the institution's civil service.
    A heavily-pregnant Meghan Markle looked gorgeous in green as she stepped out with husband Prince
    Harry at an youth event to mark Commonwealth Day.
    The pair beamed as they were welcomed by throngs of fans gathered with flags outside Canada
    House in Pall Mall, London.
    Meghan, 37, covered up in a custom green embellished coat and matching dress by Canadian and Turkish
    fashion designer Erdem, in a nod to her hosts.
    She teamed it with towering black Aquazzura Deneuve bow heels, which she has worn on a
    number of occasions and cost around £570, a £1,530 black satin Givenchy clutch, and
    yellow gold and opal earrings.
    The event is set to showcase and celebrate the diverse community of young Canadians living
    in the capital and around the UK.
    Meghan herself lived in Toronto, Canada, for around seven years.
    The couple were welcomed by Canada's High Commissioner to the UK Janice Charette, and
    signed a visitors' book in the lobby of the building overlooking Trafalgar Square to mark
    the start of their visit.
    Meghan was pictured affectionately putting her hand on Harry's back to guide him inside.
    During their visit, Their Royal Highnesses will have the opportunity to talk to groups
    of young Canadians from a wide range of sectors including fashion, the arts, business and
    academia, about their experiences as expats as well as opportunities for young people
    working in the Commonwealth.
    The VIP visitors will also meet young people who will demonstrate a Canadian spring tradition
    of making maple taffy (maple syrup cooled on snow to make sweets) as part of a traditional
    'Cabane à sucre' or a 'Sugar Shack'.
    Before departing, they will attend a short reception and watch a musical performance.
    The High Commissioner, H.E.
    Ms Janice Charette, will also deliver short remarks.
    The UK is home to a dynamic and vibrant community of expat Canadians.
    Up to 500,000 Canadians currently live in the UK, a figure that reflects the strong,
    historic and enduring bond between the two countries.
    Later today, Harry and Meghan will join the Queen, who is Head of the Commonwealth, accompanied
    by The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge,
    and The Duke of York to attend the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.
    Commonwealth Day has a special significance this year, as 2019 marks the 70th anniversary
    of the modern Commonwealth - a global network of 53 countries and almost 2.4 billion people,
    a third of the world's population, of whom 60 percent are under 30 years old.
    Highlights of the Service include special musical performances by Grammy-award winning
    group Clean Bandit and the UK's biggest-selling tenor, Alfie Boe.
    A reflection will be given by Lewis Pugh, an endurance swimmer, ocean advocate and the
    UN Patron of the Oceans.
    The Service will be broadcast live on BBC One and across the BBC World Service, in celebration
    of Her Majesty's lifetime commitment to the Commonwealth.
    A cute video from a party held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles's Investiture
    as the Prince of Wales shows the Duchess speaking to Welsh MP Alun Cairns.
    He asks how she is getting on, adding: "I'm sure everyone is asking."
    Meghan replies: "No, it's actually very sweet.
    It's a very sweet, nurturing thing to ask.
    We're nearly there!"
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