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Meghan knows you can’t replace good shoes.
Meghan arrived at her first public outing to the National Theatre in London in a familiar pair of heels. The good shoes are here Aquazzura Matilde crisscross pumps, which she has worn on several occasions, including the day when she publicly announced her royal engagement with Harry in the Sunken Gardens of Kensington Palace. Meghan also previously wore her heels in a photo shoot for Vanity Fair U.K.
Meghan is a longtime fan of Aquazzura, even choosing the brand to wear it at her own wedding, Meghan chose a pair of the brand’s pumps complete with blue soles for her second wedding look. She paired them with a stunning white Stella McCartney gown and an aquamarine emerald-cut ring, a ring that belonged to the late Princess Diana.
But the Duchess’ shoes weren’t the only thing she wore on Wednesday. She also wore the Metropolitan Insignia clutch from Carolina Herrera, which she previously used at Trooping the Color last summer.
The Duchess of Sussex arrived at the National Theatre in a monochrome look and paired a beige blazer with a V-neck dress by Brandon Maxwell.
She began her visit on Wednesday by joining a workshop with members of the Pericles company, which was the National Theatre’s first Public Acts production, uniting the people from the community in London with professional actors to create a musical version of the Shakespeare play.
Meghan then met with her current and former apprentices who are working as technicians in various departments, including carpentry, metalwork and painting. She also spent some time to catch a performance inspired by the play War Horse by primary school children.
Meghan “is a strong believer in using the arts to bring people from different backgrounds and communities together, and this first official visit to The National Theatre will explore the work they do, as well as meeting some of the talented teams and apprentices working behind the scenes,” her office said in a statement.