The Duchess of Sussex looked elegant in a floral dress as she arrived for a solo engagement at a London care home on Tuesday.
Pregnant Meghan, 37, donned a £834 midi by LA-based label Brock Collection for the occasion, teaming it with a £550 grey wool coat by Canadian brand Soia & Kyo to keep her warm on the chilly winter’s morning.
The former actress is on hand to bring Christmas cheer to retired entertainers at Brinsworth House, the Royal Variety Charity’s residential nursing and care home in Twickenham.
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, has arrived for a solo engagement at Brinsworth House, the Royal Variety Charity’s care home for retired entertainers in Twickenham, London, on Tuesday
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex was blooming today as she arrived for an entertainment-themed official engagement at the Royal Variety Charity care home
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The Duchess of Sussex looked blooming beautiful for her festive visit to Brinsworth House in Twickenham today, and not just because of her blossoming baby bump!
Her floral print dress is by Brock Collection, a label whose A-list fans include Margot Robbie, Lily James, Jennifer Lawrence, Gigi Hadid, Emma Stone, Suki Waterhouse and Rihanna. So Meghan is in good company!
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We love the ruched cap sleeves and square neckline, and when styled with a coat by Canadian brand Soia & Kyo and heels by Aquazzura, it’s a very stylish look on the mother-to-be.
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The Duchess of Sussex continued with her trend of not wearing maternity labels, opting instead for a floral midi dress by Brock Collection
The Duchess of Sussex opted for a £834 floral dress by LA -based Brock Collection
Last month the duchess and her husband attended the annual Royal Variety Show, one of the biggest fundraisers for charity, of which the Queen is patron, which assists those who have worked professionally in the entertainment industry and are in need of help and assistance as a result of old age, ill-health, or hard times.
Many of those who work in the entertainment industry can often work season to season, spending long periods with no work at all, and with little ability to make any plans for their futures, or to provide themselves with security should they have an accident or fall ill.
Money raised by the Royal Variety Charity, and through the annual Royal Variety Performance, helps and supports hundreds of retired entertainers throughout the UK.
Brinsworth House, which is owned and managed by the charity, accommodates up to 36 residents who are cared for by a dedicated team of nurses and care assistants.
Meghan gently held her baby bump as she was greeted outside the care home in Twickenham
The Duchess of Sussex has continued to keep a busy schedule of royal engagements throughout her pregnancy
Pregnant Meghan opted for a tonal outfit in grey for the engagement at the care home today
The Duchess of Sussex chatted happily as she was greeted outside the care home
Built in 1850, the care home has a number of lounges, a bar area, library, restaurant, television rooms, a hair salon – and even its own theatre.
The house is decorated throughout to emphasise its theatrical lineage, representing the many retired artists and entertainers who have been supported by the Royal Variety Charity.
Previous royal visits to Brinsworth House include Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 1990 and The Prince of Wales in 2002.
The visit has been designed to allow Meghan, who was starring in the hit US television drama Suits when she met Harry but gave up her career to marry him, to see first-hand how the charity cares for those who have spent their lives working in the entertainment industry.
On arrival, the Duchess will hear more from staff members about the history of Brinsworth House, before visiting some of the residential home’s facilities.
She will then join residents as they take part in Christmas-themed activities, including arts and crafts and carols around the Christmas tree.