Meghan Markle looked chic in a white off-the-shoulder blazer and trousers as she attended a World Mental Health Day event with Prince Harry Tuesday, with the couple visiting New York for the first Archewell Foundation Parents’ Summit.
The Duchess of Sussex, 42, wore a sold-out Altuzarra blazer with wide-legged white trousers and slingback heels for the forum at Hudson Yards, which was titled “Mental Wellness in a Digital Age.”
The jacket — which featured a wide folded-down neckline and two buttons at the front — brings back memories of the white off-the-shoulder Louis Vuitton dress she wore to the 2022 Ripple of Hope Gala.
Markle wore her hair pulled up in a sleek bun, accessorizing with a gold choker necklace with an emerald accent by Logan Hollowell ($4,100) and custom gemstone earrings by Sarah Hendler.
As for Prince Harry, he wore a navy suit with a dress shirt and coordinating blue tie for the summit.
The panel — which was moderated by “Today” show co-host Carson Daly during the World Mental Health Day Festival hosted by Project Healthy Minds — was created to focus on “community and creating positive change for a safer online world for young people.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also visited the Marcy Lab School in New York earlier in the day, with Markle sporting a blue varsity jacket that, according to “Finding Freedom” author Omid Scobie on Twitter, was gifted to her by students at the Robert Clack School in Essex, England during a 2020 visit.
She wore the letterman jacket over black Frame skinny jeans ($184) and a black top along with Jennifer Chamandi pumps ($715) featuring a strap across the front.
The Sussexes’ day in NYC follows a surprise video appearance from the duchess on Monday, with the royal bringing back an old favorite striped shirt from 2018 in footage from her secret visit to a military charity.
The Duchess of Sussex wore the blue-and-white Ralph Lauren Capri Striped Button-Up Shirt ($590-$690) she first sported at the 2018 Wimbledon ladies’ finals for her visit, pairing it with a chic black pencil skirt as she met families at the Fisher House Foundation in Los Angeles at some point before the 2023 Invictus Games.