Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially opened the Nelson Mandela exhibition in London.
The Duchess of Sussex has been on a roll with style revivals starting with a boat neckline that she chose for her wedding and several events since.
She also made yellow an official colour of this summer, even Kate Middleton wore it on the final day of Wimbledon, and showcased several chic ways you can incorporate pastels into your wardrobe.
Now, she has brought back the trench coat dress by wearing a blush pink number from up-and-coming Canadian brand House of Nonie. She styled it with a Mulberry bag in the same shade, and added nude Dior shoes.
There was also a very sweet moment between the royal pair at the exhibit that celebrates the life of the former South African president and marks 100 years since he was born. Markle was captured whispering to her husband that she had goosebumps from performance by Ubunye Choir.
Held at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Nelson Mandela: The Centenary Exhibition 2018 will run until August 19.