The VERY co-ordinated wardrobes of Prince Harry and Meghan

Of one mind… the VERY co-ordinated wardrobes of Prince Harry and Meghan as they prepare for a joint appearance at the Invictus games

  • Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be on stage together in Düsseldorf
  • They seem to match their outfits for milestone occasions
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle put on a united front in their recent video about working with young people to improve the digital world.

The promotional footage for their Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund, was the first time they’d been seen together in nearly three months.

And it’s just been announced  they are set to appear live together for the Invictus games in Düsseldorf next month.  

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex give the impression that they think alike on a range of issues – from the environment to the Royal Family – and certainly like to dress in combination.  

For the video, Harry wore a white shirt with brown chinos for the video, which Meghan matched with a $189 camel sleeveless top and matching $162 skirt from Bleusalt.

And how will they match for the Invictus Games? Perhaps there are a few clues in  their co-ordinated outfits through the years… 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle put on a united front in matching khaki shades as they spoke to recipients of Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund grants from their Montecito garden

On this occasion, the Sussexes chose to match in  neutral hues

The Mountbatten Festival of Music in 2020

One of the pair’s most iconic matching moments came during the Mountbatten Festival of Music in March 2020, when both Harry and Meghan stood out in red .

Harry wore his red and black uniform as the Captain General of the Royal Marines.

 Meghan matched him with a red full-length £1,295 Safiyaa cape gown, paired with jewelled Simone Rocha earrings and gorgeous red Stuart Weitzman heels.

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, at the Albert Hall’s Mountbatten Festival of Music in 2020

The 2020 Endeavour Fund Awards

For their first public appearance in the UK since announcing they were stepping down as senior working royals, the couple put on a confident display at the 2020 Endeavour Fund Awards.

Meghan wore an electric blue $1,285 Victoria Beckham midi dress with navy suede Manolo Blahnik pumps.

Prince Harry, who was right by her side, looked dapper in a coordinated navy-blue suit and a sky-blue tie.

The Sussexes at the 2020 Endeavour Fund Awards at the Mansion House

Christmas Day service in 2018

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex opted for tailored £2,250 Victoria Beckham coat in dark navy blue, as well as a pair of boots by the same designer. She was matched perfectly with her husband who wore a shirt and tie in a lighter shade of blue.

She accessorised with a Jennifer Meyer necklace and a feather-adorned cocktail hat by Awon Golding Millinery.

Meghan and Harry in matching dark looks for the Christmas Day  service at Sandringham in  2018

The Commonwealth Day Service in 2020 

Prince Harry and Markle put on a united front for their last public royal duty before they walked away from the Monarchy at the 2020 Commonwealth Day Service.

Harry wore a blue suit – but with a lining in the same emerald colour of the asymmetrical Emilia Wickstead cape dress and matching William Chambers fascinator that Markle was wearing. 

Harry and Meghan attending Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in 2020

The Invictus Games in 2022

At the 2022 Invictus Games, the couple opted for matching black outfits as they met athletes at the Invictus Games in The Hague.

The Duchess of Sussex opted for a £2,400 black double-breasted jacket from Celine with golden buttons and three-quarter length jeans costing £266 from Japanese brand Moussy Vintage.

The mother-of-two slicked her hair back into a ponytail and shielded her eyes from the sun in £360 metal sunglasses, also from Celine, which coordinated  with Harry’s aviator sunglasses and a dark top.

Meghan and Harry sported a casual look as they met with athletes at the Invictus Games in The Hague in April 2022

Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day Charity Fair in 2017

For her first official engagement with Prince Harry, the pair opted for a matching navy blue look as they shared countless handshakes, high-fives, and hugs from crowds in Nottingham.

The former Suits actress wore a navy double-breasted coat from the Canadian brand Mackage. The prince was also seen in a navy blue wool coat and his suede desert boots complimented the colour of Meghan’s coat.

She and Harry opted for complementary colours in the form of navy coats with sand-coloured accents in Nottingham as they began their public life together in 2017

The 2020 Invictus Games

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex delighted Invictus Games competitors when they made an unannounced appearance at an evening reception in 2020, dressed from head-to-toe in neutral beige and cream.

Wearing a £3,600 Valentino off white dress with floral cut outs, Meghan smiled as she posed for photos with her husband, who was dressed in a tan linen suit.

The outfits made quite a contrast with the clothes they’d once worn for royal duties. 

The parents-of-two pose at the IGF Reception during day two of the Invictus Games at Zuiderpark in April 2022

Introducing their newborn baby son, Archie, in 2019

Harry and Meghan chose a neutral palette when introducing their son, Archie, to the world at Windsor Castle on May 8, 2019.

 Meghan wore a crisp white belted blazer dress by British designer Grace Wales Bonner as she joined Harry for a photo call in St George’s Hall.

The piece was tuxedo in style, with tortoiseshell buttons down the front of the outfit and a tie waist which accentuated Meghan’s post-baby bump. Harry complimented his wife’s outfit in a simple light grey suit.

Duke of Sussex and his wife pose for a photo with their newborn baby son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, in St George’s Hall at Windsor Castle in May 2019

Royal tour of Casablanca, Morocco, in 2019

Harry and Meghan dressed in marching shades of grey as they visited the town of Asni to learn about the Moroccan NGO Education For All during their royal tour of Morocco in 2019.

Meghan was casually dressed in a £394 Alice + Olivia blazer and skinny jeans teamed with £90 Birdies slippers and a £67 ‘blanket scarf’ from Wilfred. Harry opted for a laid-back half-zip sweater and black jeans.

The couple wore matching shades as they walked around the boarding house in Asni, Morocco

New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox game at London Stadium in 2019

The couple dressed in matching black outfits for a baseball game between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees in London back in 2019.

Harry wore an Invictus Games Foundation polo shirt, while Meghan wore a black Stella McCartney dress with a keyhole detail and belted waist, which costs £815.

As well as pictured holding hands as they entered the stadium they were also seen locking eyes as they made it onto the pitch – looking more in love than ever.

The former senior royals prior to the start of the first of a two-game series between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at London Stadium in June 2019

Royal Tour of Cape Town, South Africa, in 2019

During their royal tour of South Africa in September 2019, Meghan and Harry coordinated perfectly in matching monochrome ensembles.

Meghan chose a £69 black and white wrap dress from Malawian brand Mayamiko and paired the dress with a pair of £80 Castaner Carina Espadrilles.

Harry opted for a simple yet effective white button-up shirt and black jeans. 

During a visit to the Justice Desk initiative in Nyanga on their royal tour of South Africa in September 2019, the pair coordinated perfectly in matching monochrome ensembles

The Queen’s 92nd birthday celebration in 2018

The Sussexes returned to navy blue to celebrate the Queen’s 92nd birthday at the Royal Albert Hall. 

Harry and Meghan were among the first to be pictured arriving at the concert, with Meghan wearing a £1,148 Stella McCartney cape dress and the Duke in a coordinating navy suit with a matching tie.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Royal Albert Hall in London to attend a star-studded concert to celebrate the Queen’s 92nd birthday in April 2018

The Royal Variety Performance in 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked every inch the Hollywood star as they arrived for her Royal Variety Performance debut in November 2018.

Pregnant Meghan opted for a £895 sequin top in black and white and a £850 maxi skirt by Safiyaa – a London-based designer – as she joined her husband for the charity event at the London Palladium. 

Harry matched the former in a black tuxedo with a white dress shirt.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they arrived for her Royal Variety Performance debut in November 2018

The Endeavour Fund Awards in 2019

For their second annual appearance at the Endeavour Fund Awards, Harry decided to go with a sleek, grey suit and black tie.

Meghan dressed her baby bump in bespoke Givenchy, pairing a crisp white shirt with a side-split skirt and box clutch by the designer, which she teamed with £530 Aquazzura ‘Rendez Vous’ pumps.

For their second annual appearance at the Endeavour Fund Awards, Harry and Meghan wore coordinated black-tie looks

Their engagement tour to Scotland in 2018

When Prince Harry and Markle stopped in Edinburgh during their UK engagement tour, the couple coordinated in the country’s traditional shades of navy blue, grey, and dark green. 

Meghan  wore a £2,000 Burberry tartan coat, with the official tartan of Black Watch, with trousers by Veronica Beard. Harry’s outfit complemented his wife, as he wore a navy blue jumper to match.

Harry and Meghan at Edinburgh Castle, during their visit to Scotland, in February 2018

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