Meghan Markle wore about $10,000 worth of unseasonably warm-looking designer duds in sunny Montecito, Calif., Thursday as a mysterious blue and white circular patch was seen on her wrist.
Despite 70-degree weather, the Duchess of Sussex donned a camel-colored $5,390 Max Mara Goloso coat which is no longer available for purchase a blue-and-tan printed Herms Rayures D’Ete Shawl ($1,225) and white skinny jeans from Frame, according to pictures exclusively obtained by Page Six.
She accessorized her cozy look with black-and-tan Chanel slingbacks worth an estimated $1,150, a Givenchy belt ($450), gold Lanvin earrings and a white Goyard tote that retails for $1,650, along with a NuCalm Biosignal Processing Disc on her left wrist.
Markle, 42, was seen walking through a parking lot with an apparent bodyguard close by.
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In between steps, she peered down at her phone.
Her daytime outing in Montecito where she resides with husband Prince Harry and their two children: Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2 comes just days after she was spotted enjoying Taylor Swifts Eras Tour in Los Angeles.
As previously reported, the former Suits actress attended the “Bad Blood” singer’s show during the pop stars fifth night at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. She and her friend Lucy Fraser were spotted waving their hands in the air and singing along to Swifts hits.
Meanwhile, her husband, Prince Harry, was in Tokyo, spending time with his polo-playing pal Ignacio Nacho Figueras, whom hes known since 2007.
According to Figueras, 46, he and the Duke of Sussex, 38, were on the hunt for presents for their wives. (Figueras is married to Argentine socialite Delfina Blaquier.)
Shopping for our wives, he captioned an Instagram post Wednesday, which featured the pair wearing sunglasses and striking a Blue Steel pose.
Shopping wasnt the only activity on Harrys agenda. He arrived at Haneda Airport in the Japanese capital on Tuesday and spoke at a summit organized by the International Sports Promotion Society (ISPS) on Wednesday.
At the event, which emphasized the power of sport, community and philanthropy, Harry appeared to be in high spirits as he posed for photos with ISPS founder Haruhisa Handa.
During the panel, the prince was also joined by Figueras and former New Zealand rugby player Dan Carter.
Harry who looked dapper yet casual in a blue suit, partially unbuttoned shirt and no tie is set to travel to Singapore to play in the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup this Saturday.
Markle, for her part, might stay bundled up in Montecito.