Home Australia Meghan Markle makes a very stylish appearance at the Canadian ice rink in a $1,295 cape and $1,195 riding boots while cheering on Prince Harry in a game of wheelchair curling.

Meghan Markle makes a very stylish appearance at the Canadian ice rink in a $1,295 cape and $1,195 riding boots while cheering on Prince Harry in a game of wheelchair curling.

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Meghan Markle brought a whole new level of cool to a Vancouver ice rink today when she put out her fanciest foot to cheer on Prince Harry as he attempted wheelchair curling.

The Duchess of Sussex, 42, was the epitome of “calm luxury” in her ensemble, which included a $1,295 camel cape from female-owned Canadian outerwear brand Sentaler, which she wore with a pair of MaxMara gloves of $325 to cover his wrists and forearms.

While Meghan opted not to join her husband on the ice – where he went toe-to-toe with Vancouver-born singer Michael Bublé in a round of curling – she put on a spirited display from the sidelines at the Hillcrest Community Centre, where she was seen yelling and applauding her spouse while participating in the game.

And although she didn’t participate in the sport herself, Meghan eschewed her most glamorous ensembles on the red carpet in favor of a minimalist look for the day, which marks the couple’s final stop on their trip to Canada, where they have been celebrating. the one-year countdown to the next Invictus Games.

Meghan Markle was the epitome of “quiet luxury” on Friday when she made a stylish appearance at an ice rink in Canada to watch her husband, Prince Harry, try out wheelchair curling.

The 42-year-old wore a $1,295 camel-colored cape from Canadian outerwear brand Sentaler and a pair of $325 MaxMara gloves to cover her wrists and forearms.

The 42-year-old wore a $1,295 camel-colored cape from Canadian outerwear brand Sentaler and a pair of $325 MaxMara gloves to cover her wrists and forearms.

The 42-year-old wore a $1,295 camel-colored cape from Canadian outerwear brand Sentaler and a pair of $325 MaxMara gloves to cover her wrists and forearms.

Underneath her stylish coat, Meghan wore a pair of $195 black ‘Valerie’ jeans from New York-based fashion brand La Ligne.

She finished the look with a simple beige top, before adding a pair of $1,195 black leather riding boots from Los Angeles brand CO, which are “handcrafted from soft calfskin” and described as “easy to wear.” put” – and are completed with a non-slip sole, essential for an afternoon on the ice.

The finishing touch to her understated ensemble came in the form of Anine Bing’s $250 chunky gold ‘signature link double cross earrings’, which were given a chance to shine thanks to her low ponytail.

However, Meghan went all out with the glam, sporting lots of bronzer, smoky eyes and long lashes, plus a nude lip gloss.

Meghan was joined on the sidelines by Michael’s equally stylish wife, Luisana Lopilato, who mirrored Meghan’s muted color palette in a beige coat, which she paired with black pants, a black V-neck sweater and a white T-shirt.

Together, the Duchess and Luisana were seen cheering and laughing as their husbands competed in the curling competition, with the two men joking with each other as they tried to reach the top.

Meghan accessorized her look with a pair of $250 chunky gold earrings from Anine Bing.

Meghan accessorized her look with a pair of $250 chunky gold earrings from Anine Bing.

Although the mother of two did not accompany her husband to the wheelchair curling session, she provided plenty of support from the sidelines.

Although the mother of two did not accompany her husband to the wheelchair curling session, she provided plenty of support from the sidelines.

She was joined by Michael Bublé's wife, Luisana Lopilato, and both women cheered on their husbands as they faced off on the ice.

She was joined by Michael Bublé’s wife, Luisana Lopilato, and both women cheered on their husbands as they faced off on the ice.

Meghan and Harry’s latest appearance came just hours after the Duke of Sussex’s latest tell-all interview aired on Good Morning America, with the father-of-two speaking on a variety of topics during his chat with host Will Reeve, Who is the son? from the late Superman star Christopher Reeve.

During the two-part interview, the duke discussed King Charles’ cancer diagnosis and said he hopes his father’s illness can help have a “reunifying effect” on the royal family.

He also insisted that he “loves his family”, noting that he “got on a plane” to the UK “as soon as he could” after Charles told him about his illness over the phone, before confessing that he had “considered” Submit a request. for American citizens.

“Um, look, I love my family,” the father of two said when Will asked him how meeting his father had impacted him “emotionally.”

“I’m grateful for the fact that I was able to get on a plane and go see him and spend time with him.”

After Will explained that he had “discovered in my own life that a type of illness in the family can have a galvanizing or reunifying effect on a family,” he asked Harry, “Is that possible in this case?”

The duke then replied: ‘Absolutely. If I’m sure.’

The trip also came after the couple became embroiled in disputes over the name change of their website to Sussex.com, Harry’s 30-minute meeting with his cancer-stricken father in London and criticism over heavy use of private jets by the Sussexes.

Despite the whirlwind of controversy, the Duke and Duchess appeared unfazed during their trip and were seen beaming in exclusive DailyMail.com photos as they left a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner in Whistler on Wednesday night.

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