Meghan Markle’s ‘GMA’ style sends a message
For her first TV appearance since her departure from royal life, Meghan Markle wore an outfit that subtly underscored her commitment to both charity and family.
The 38-year-old spoke about the new Disney documentary “Elephant,” which she narrates, in a pre-recorded interview on “Good Morning America” Monday, clad in a crisp white Misha Nonoo shirt from her clothing line for Smart Works.
Released in September 2019 as part of a five-piece capsule collection benefiting the organization, which provides outfits and job interview training for women re-entering the workforce, the “Smart Set” shirt was originally priced at $125, but quickly sold out.
While Markle is no longer identified as a royal on Smart Works’ website, in accordance with her and Prince Harry‘s transition out of the monarchy, she remains an official patron of the charity.
On “GMA,” the Duchess also sported a pair of gold zodiac necklaces from Canadian brand Suetables: one adorned with a Virgo pendant ($56) in honor of 35-year-old Prince Harry, the other outfitted with a Taurus charm ($113) for baby Archie.
Markle first debuted the pendants last November. “We are thrilled she chose to keep her loved ones close to her heart by wearing @suetables,” the jewelry company wrote on Instagram at the time.
The Sussexes officially began their post-royal lives on April 1, and are now living in Los Angeles with 11-month-old Archie.
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