The Duchess of Sussex made a low-profile visit to the National Theatre in London yesterday to view their new Immersive Storytelling Studio.
Duchess Meghan wore a white quilted pencil skirt, sheer sleeve blouse, and a leather mini bag for the visit to her patronage.
Meghan Markle is currently finishing up the remainder of her royal obligations before transition into post-royal life with Prince Harry starting April 1st.
The Duchess of Sussex's final rounds of royal duties are underway.
On Friday, Meghan Markle made a low-key visit to the National Theatre in London—one of her many patronages—to view its latest exhibition, the Immersive Storytelling Studio. The new exhibit utilizes Virtual Reality technology to develop new forms of dramatic storytelling. In the shared photos, Markle is pictured with Nubiya Brandon and her own hologram, a part of the All Kind of Limbo exhibition.
For the secret visit, Markle wore a quilted, bright white pencil skirt by Roland Mouret, a chic, sheer puffy sleeve blouse by Topshop, and the same mini leather handbag by Loewe she was photographed on Thursday. Her all-white ensemble was the perfect demonstration of how to wear spring's trickiest trend, dramatic sleeves, with workwear.
Images from the Markle's visit were shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram account, where it was also confirmed the duke and duchess viewed a presentation on virtual reality during their recent visit to Stanford University.
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also visited Stanford University where part of their learning journey included a virtual reality presentation that allows the user to experience life through another person’s point of view," read the Sussexes' caption. "The goal of this method of virtual reality is to enable us to better connect and empathise with each other as people, regardless of race, age or nationality."
The Duchess is pictured here with Nubiya Brandon and her hologram, featured in the National Theatre's communal VR experience All Kinds of Limbo, which is currently @Tate Modern.— National Theatre (@NationalTheatre) March 6, 2020
©️ The Duke and Duchess of Sussex 📷 Chris Allerton pic.twitter.com/cnOnq6H6Sq
Markle's National Theatre visit marks the first of her remaining royal engagements before her and Prince Harry transition into post royal life starting April 1. The couple are expected to attend next week's Commonwealth Day services on March 9, alongside Prince William and Kate Middleton.
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