Meghan, Duchess of Sussex was photographed in London on Thursday as she stepped out for the launch of a collection of workwear she helped to create.
Benefiting the charity Smart Works, of which Meghan is the royal patron, The Smart Set consists of five pieces designed for women attending interviews and entering the workforce. The Duchess of Sussex enlisted the help of her close friend and designer Misha Nonoo to create a blouse for the collection, while the brand Jigsaw designed a two-piece suit. U.K. department stores Marks & Spencer and John Lewis & Partners also created a dress and bag, respectively, for the capsule.
After delivering a speech and meeting guests, Meghan made a sweet mention of baby Archie before heading home, according to The Sunday Times‘ royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah. “I’ve got to get back to the baby, it’s feed time,” Meghan said while chatting with a group of women who’ve been employed with the help of Smart Works, per Nikkhah.
Baby Archie was born on May 6, 2019, making the little tot just four months old right now. Despite his young age, Archie is set to join Prince Harry and Meghan on their royal tour of Southern Africa later this month, which will see the Sussexes embark upon a ten-day trip.
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