Details of the outfit worn by the Duchess of Sussex yesterday have emerged - some 24 hours after the surprise solo engagement.
Michelle Obama and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex met in London during a stop on the former USA first lady's book tour for her new memoir Becoming, according to reports in the Evening Standard and Harper's Bazaar.
The couple were walking through the grounds when they noticed "snow" on the ground, when suddenly they were jolted by a blower dispensing fake snow as they made their arrival to the event.
Meghan first wore the Mackage coat in Nottingham.
Meghan, a passionate proponent of the importance of education, looked ready for business as she sat down with academics for the meeting, jotting down notes in a notebook.
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Kate was joined by Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla at the glamorous event.
Laura added a picture of Meghan at the head of the table.
In addition to the equality issue, the group discussed issues such as climate change, peach and reconciliation, as well as human trafficking and modern slavery - two causes also very close to Princess Eugenie's heart.
The ACU - which works to promote higher education in the Commonwealth - posted the picture on Twitter after the discussion. During her royal tour of Fiji with husband Prince Harry in October, the Suits alum delivered a speech about women's education.
Meghan spoke at the time of her struggle to finance her higher education and her "personal feeling of pride and excitement" when she studied for her degree. The pair continued to chat about their charitable endeavours with a focus on educational programmes for women in less economically developed countries.