Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, was today seen wearing a maroon crepe knit wrap top.
The top is made by Australian designer Scanlan Theodore, and costs £429 ($550).
The designer described the slim fit, crepe knit wrap top as “a tailored jacked which features a wrap front, waist tie and ruffled hem”.
Meghan sported a Remembrance Day poppy on the left side of her top and completed her look with black tapered trousers, and Sarah Flint high heeled-shoes, worth £308 ($395).
Meghan wore her locks in a slicked back up ‘do to and appeared to sport minimal make-up.
The Duchess’s ensemble was completed with a pair of Shaun Leane Vermeil talon earrings.
She wore the same earrings for the Queen’s 92nd birthday concert, where she also wore a navy blue Stella McCartney Cape Front Dress.
Meghan appeared relaxed as she watched the Invictus Games 2018 wheelchair basketball final with husband Prince Harry.
Wheelchair basketball is one of the most popular sports at the Games, with teams fromthe USA, New Zealand, Canada, The Netherlands, Australia and UK all competing.
The match started at 2.10pm, Australian time – the equivalent to 4.10am in the UK on Saturday morning.
The USA beat the Netherlands in the final, gold medal match, by 29-17.
After the final whistle, Meghan arrived on the court to award the players with their medals.
One Dutch player broke royal protocol and gave the Duchess a cheeky kiss on the cheek, instead of bowing their head.
Meanwhile, on Friday, Meghan was spotted wearing an elegant Oscar de la Renta ballgown, after jetting back to Sydney from Tonga.
The royal couple had spent a few days in Fiji and Tonga, visiting local cities and markets, before heading back to Australia for a black-tie dinner.
Meghan’s dress was black and off-white, with small birds embroidered into the bodice.
They were attending the Australian Geographic Society Awards in Sydney, which was held at the luxury Shangri-La hotel.
During the evening, Meghan and Harry presented awards to those recognised for excellence in adventure, science and conservation.
Harry and Meghan’s tour of Oceania is coming towards its end, as the royal pair are due to fly home on Wednesday October 31.