Meghan Sources A Dior Coat From The '50s For Royal Christening

Just last month, the Duchess of Sussex stepped into uncharted style territory by wearing a Courrèges Haute Couture black trapeze coat in matelassé silk, circa 1965 and sourced by William Vintage for her baby shower in New York City. Now, it would seem, that Meghan has fallen for the allure of a vintage piece once more, having selected a vintage Dior Haute Couture coat from the ‘50s while attending the christening of baby Lena Elizabeth Tindall – the daughter of Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips – at St. Nicholas Church in Cherington, Gloucestershire over the weekend.

Accompanied by Prince Harry, the couple celebrated the special moment at the low-key ceremony with other members of the royal family, including the Queen and Princess Anne, as Harry took on the role of becoming godfather to the newborn.

Meghan, who again sourced the vintage coat from William Vintage, paired it with a black Stephen Jones hat and Victoria Beckham black box bag. William Vintage, owned by William Banks-Blaney, is a luxury vintage clothing shop located in Marylebone, London – it also boasts an online store, too. Last week, Meghan also opted for a Victoria Beckham autumn/winter 2019 ensemble for the annual Westminster Abbey service on Commonwealth Day.

The couple will no longer make any overseas engagements or royal visits as they await the arrival of their first child next month.


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