Meghan Markle was back in familiar wardrobe territory overnight, stepping out in London wearing a black suit – just like her Suits character, Rachel Zane – for the second time in a week.
After opting for a black pantsuit for a charity performance of Hamilton last Wednesday, she chose a black pantsuit to attend The WellChild Awards, an event to support England’s national charity for seriously ill children and their families.
Meghan and Prince Harry, who has been a patron for the foundation since 2007, spent time talking to many children with serious health challenges and their parents.
One young girl, Scarlett, 10, was there to receive an award in recognition of her assistance in caring for her older sister, Freya, who is severely disabled. She helps with everything from using her feed pump and operating Freya’s bed and hoist, to helping her parents give medicine, Kensington Palace confirmed on Twitter.
The Duke of Sussex delivered the keynote speech at the event. He made special mention of Meghan, saying:
“I am especially grateful to be able to share the scope and magnitude of this work with my wife, who joins me here this evening.
“Every one of you is truly amazing,” he told the crowd. “You have shown all of us what it means to be a champion – whether for yourself, your family, your community, or someone in need.”