Jenny Makes Her Markle: Ms. Morrison Channels Meghan As She Joins Prime Minister Scott To Pay Her Respect To Fallen Soldiers On Anzac Day
- Jenny Morrison joined her husband for memorials on Anzac Day in Canberra
- She was wearing a beige three-quarter coat and beret when the couple paid their respects
- The ensemble bore striking resemblance to a camel coat worn by Meghan Markle
Jenny Morrison channeled Meghan Markle when she joined the Prime Minister for Anzac Day memorials at the Australian War Memorial.
Mrs. Morrison wore a beige three-quarter coat and beret when she and her husband Scott Morrison paid respects to the country’s military personnel and maidservants on Saturday morning in Canberra with her husband.
The ensemble resembled a £ 1,000 (AUD $ 2,000) camel coat Meghan wore on the Royal Christmas service in 2017.
Jenny Morrison and Prime Minister Scott Morrison pose for a photo at the end of the Anzac Day memorial at the Australian War Memorial on Saturday
Jenny wore a beige three-quarter coat and beret as she and husband Scott Morrison (left) paid tribute to the country’s military and housekeepers. The ensemble showed striking similarities to a camel coat Meghan wore during the Royal Christmas service in 2017 (right)
Meghan bandaged her arms with Prince Harry when she entered the wrap collar jacket with wide collar of the Canadian luxury brand Sentaler.
She matches it a maroon felt hat, Stuart Weitzman’s Hiline high-heeled suede boots and a round brown leather handbag.
Jenny, whose jacket also tied around her waist, chose to pair the look with brown leather heeled boots.
The mother of two stood next to Mister Morrison laying the wreath at the grave of the unknown Australian soldier during the memorial service on Anzac Day.
The Canberra National Memorial Service was closed to the public, but aired across the country on Saturdays from 5:30 AM.
Anzac day marches across the country have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, while a small number of services have been kept behind closed doors.
Mr. Morrison said this was not the first time that Anzac Day commemorations had been disrupted by a pandemic.
“Our Anzac Day traditions have been interrupted this year, but not for the first time,” he said.
On Anzac Day 1919, the first after World War I, there were no city marches or parades for the returning veterans as Australians fought the Spanish flu pandemic.
“Our streets were empty. The returning veterans were not forgotten. ‘
Australians were encouraged to hold their own Anzac Day services by lighting a candle and standing in their driveway to pay their respects.
The mother of two stood next to Mister Morrison laying a wreath at the grave of the unknown Australian soldier during Anzac Day memorial service
The Morrisons leave after the memorial service on Anzac Day at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend church on Christmas Day at St. Mary Magdalene’s Church on December 25, 2017