Meghan Markle Showed Off Her Sporty Side in a Wrap Top at the Coach Core Awards


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Today, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are the guests of honor at the Coach Core Awards, a celebration of the Royal Foundation initiative, which teaches young people to become sports coaches.

For the occasion, the Duchess of Sussex wore a top by Oscar de la Renta and trousers by Altuzarra, and even managed to get in on a ball-passing drill wall wearing stilettos. See the full look below:

Per Kensington Palace, Coach Core "provides unique sports apprenticeships that enable young people to learn employable skills and develop personally as well as professionally. 99% of apprentices go into full-time education or employment."

This isn't the first time Meghan has worked with Coach Core. Earlier this year before the royal wedding, she and Harry visited Birmingham. While there, the happy couple toured Nechells Wellbeing Centre, and met with Coach Core apprentices to hear about how the program, which just launched in Birmingham last year, is going.

That day, she wore a navy blue coat from J.Crew, which is still available, paired with black cigarette pants, a loose white turtleneck, and black pointy-toe pumps.

Harry and Meghan have a busy fall ahead of them. Later this week, Meghan will make her first solo appearance at the opening of 'Oceania,' an exhibit highlighting works from the Oceanic region at the Royal Academy of Arts. Then, after Princess Eugenie's wedding in early October, the couple will head on a lengthy royal tour of Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand to coincide with the 2018 Invictus Games.

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