Meghan Markle Glows In A Scalloped Swimsuit For Beach Date With Prince Harry

It’s no secret that Meghan Markle has timeless, elegant and effortlessly chic style, and as seen in the Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan, she is just as stylish when relaxing at home with her fam as she is on the red carpet.

In one episode of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s series, Markle, 41, is seen donning a black scalloped swimsuit that eagle-eyed fans pointed out is by high fashion brand, Marysia.

While hitting the beach for a day with husband Prince Harry, Markle soaked up the California sun in the stunning curve-hugging piece, which she paired with black Valentino sunglasses and a straw hat, one of her favorite accessories.

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Meghan Markle Dons Retro Scalloped One-Piece While At The Beach With Prince Harry

Markle’s swimsuit is deemed the ‘+ NET SUSTAIN Palm Springs Reversible Scalloped Recycled Seersucker Swimsuit,’ which retails at $398 and is made by Polish-born and New York-based designer Maria Dobrzanska Reeves.

The cute piece features thick black straps and scalloped detailing along the square neckline and at the sides of the hips along the hemline. In the scene where fans can see Markle’s swimsuit, she not only shows off her glowing complexion in a quick video, but also pans the camera over to show Harry, 38, who is donning a white shirt and swim trunks while also looking relaxed.



Prince Harry Gears Up To Release Memoir Next Week

Harry’s long-awaited memoir, Spare, will hit shelves on January 10th and the former senior working royal’s 60 Minutes interview with Anderson Cooper will air on CBS this Sunday, two days prior.

In the trailer for his first U.S. television interview to promote Spare, Harry seemed to open up about the royal family failing to respond to the endless false stories about him and his wife, telling Cooper that essentially, “silence is betrayal.”


In clips released by CBS, the Duke of Sussex also said that he wanted to keep his and Markle’s life as private as possible like the rest of the royal family, but felt forced to go public and tell his own side of the story because of countless negative stories being “leaked” about him and his wife.

“Every single time I’ve tried to do it privately there have been briefings and leakings and planting of stories against me and my wife,” he told Cooper. “You know, the family motto is ‘Never complain, never explain,’ but it’s just a motto,” he continued, before going on to suggest that many of the stories about him and Markle were actually from the royal family themselves.

The anticipated, tell-all interview will also be able to stream on Paramount+. Publisher Penguin Random House previously said that Spare would be Harry’s reflection on enduring grief following his mother’s death in the public eye, falling in love with Markle amid turbulent attacks from the British press, and healing.