Pregnant Meghan Markle wears a Sentaler coat to Merseyside

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Meghan made a departure from her usual monochrome colour palette today stepping out in a red and purple ensemble.

However, the Duchess of Sussex relied on an old favourite when it came to the designer, opting for a red version of the Sentaler coat she had worn to her first Sandringham Christmas back in 2017.

Pregnant - Meghan - Take - Baby - Coat

Pregnant Meghan, 37, wore a bright red take on the baby alpaca coat during her visit to Merseyside with Prince Harry on Monday.

She also owns a camel version of the £1,085 coat from the Canadian brand which she was able to tie at the waist during her first royal Christmas.

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However, with her baby bump now bigger than ever the former actress wore the scarlet version open allowing her purple Babaton by Aritizia dress to peak through.

The Canadian designer appears to be a firm favourite among the royals with the Duchess of Cambridge previously spotted in a Sentaler jacket.

Kate - Grey - Jacket - Visit - Yukon

Kate was seen wearing a £774 grey jacket during a visit to Yukon, Canada in 2016.

Meghan completed her ensemble today with a pair of rouge stiletto court shoes and could be seen carrying a tan leather bag costing £1,695 by Gabriela Hearst.

Uruguay - Designer - Luxury - Ethics - Values

The Uruguay based designer describes herself as creating 'honest luxury' taking ethics 'and key values' into consideration while designer her bags.

When it came to her hair the mother-to-be relied on her signature low bun for a busy day of engagements in the down of Birkenhead.

Visit - Hamilton - Square - Sculpture - November

They began their visit at Hamilton Square to view a new sculpture erected in November to mark the 100th anniversary of Wilfred Owen’s death.

The statue, which is named after one of the Birkenhead war poet’s poems, ‘Futility’, is cast in bronze and represents an exhausted World War One solider.

Plaque - Visit - Veterans

They will unveil a plaque to mark the visit, before meeting local veterans...
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