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Looking sleek, the young royal wore a green skirt, from Canadian designer Greta Constantine, the colour a subtle nod to the Northern Ireland location.
She paired this with the cream Victoria Beckham jumper last seen in her engagement photos tucked in to the skirt, and a beige wool coat by Mackage worn open over her outfit.
Meghan completed the look with a pair of brown velvet court Manolo Blahnik shoes and a small brown leather handbag from British brand Charlotte Elizabeth. The company is supported by Prince Charles’ charity, The Prince’s Trust.
She wore her hair in a sleek updo with a centre parting, some strands of hair blowing in the breeze.
As is the custom for royal women, Meghan kept her makeup simple, choosing nude lips and lashings of mascara to accentuate her eyes.
Harry looked relaxed in black trousers, a grey blazer with a blue jumper worn over a white shirt.
The couple have landed in Belfast and are heading to meet young activists at the Eikon Centre, on the site of the former Maze Prison.
Meghan and Harry are also on a royal walkabout outside the Crown Liquor Saloon in the Norhern Ireland capital.
They will meet young entrepreneurs and then head to the Titanic Museum.
The visit was kept as a surprise, and not announced in the media beforehand.
It is the latest in a round of tours the couple are undertaking ahead of their wedding in May, giving Meghan the chance to get to know the UK better.
They have also visited Brixton, south London, Nottingham and Cardiff.
Invites to the Royal Wedding were revealed yesterday, with Kensington Palace announcing 200 people will be invited to the evening reception at Frogmore House.
The wedding cake baker was also announced this week, with Claire Ptak making a lemon elderflower cake decorated with fresh flowers.
Meghan had previously feature Ptak on her now-defunct blog The Tig.