Meghan Wore a J.Crew Coat for a Walk With Harry in Los Angeles

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From Marie Claire
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made their way to Beverly Hills on Sunday.
Meghan wore a brown J.Crew wool parka over a long black sweater, black jeans, and knee-high brown boots.
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If you find it almost impossible to choose a winter coat, let Meghan Markle make that decision for you. The Duchess of Sussex was photographed on a trip to Beverly Hills with husband Prince Harry on Sunday, as reported on page 6. She was wearing an extremely chic brown wool parka with a fur-trimmed hood by J.Crew. See the photos here.
Meghan wore a long black sweater under her parka and tucked her black skinny jeans into brown knee-high boots. She wore a cozy black hat, black sunglasses and a black face mask. Harry meanwhile wore a gray henley shirt, blue jeans, sneakers, a gray baseball cap, and a black face mask.
Back to that J.Crew coat! Thankfully, the exact style Meghan wore - the "Chateau Parka made from Italian stadium wool" - is still in stock, although sizes are limited in Meghan's favorite color, Heather Dark Walnut. However, there are eight other colors to choose from if your size is out of stock. And what's more? J.Crew is currently offering 30% off all full price items with the "December" discount code. Which means it's a pretty good time mimicking Meghan's style! Shop below:
It's been a big week for the Sussexes, who have just announced a major nonprofit through their Archewell Foundation. The foundation has partnered with the non-profit Weltzentralküche, founded by celebrity chef José Andrés, which helps feed needy communities around the world, especially after natural disasters.
Archewell will fund four Community Relief Centers that will begin as service kitchens before potentially being converted into clinics, schools, clinics, and community centers. The first two Meghan and Harry funded centers will open in Dominica and Puerto Rico, both of which were badly damaged by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
"When we think of Chef Andrés and his incredible team at World Central Kitchen, we are reminded that even in a year of unimaginable hardship, there are so many amazing people willing and tireless to support one another," said the Sussexes in a statement to Bloomberg. "World Central Kitchen inspires us through compassion in action."
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