Meghan Markle's new fashion trend? Stiletto heels as track wear

Cristina Cross
April 6, 2018

Harry and Markle, who will marry at Windsor Castle on May 19, watched more than 400 service personnel at the University of Bath Sports Training Village in western England as they took part in trials for October's Games in Sydney. Markle wore her favorite Mother Denim black bootcut jeans (similar here) and an olive green Aritzia trench (shop similar here), while Harry styled his shirt with dark trousers and an Invictus Games jacket.

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When the actress visited Belfast last monthgave a hint she is ready for babies with Prince Harry. Even the über polished Kate Middleton has toned it down on occasion, but on Friday morning, it was Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's turn to keep things informal. Since Markle was rocking a pair of Mother boot-cut jeans (she's worn 'em before, too, #relatable) that she paired with an Invictus Games branded pullover. She also joined William and Harry in racing down the track.

Markle, moreover, traded in the stilettos for flat-heeled, athletic-looking shoes when she and Harry stepped into a gym where Invictus athletes were practicing volleyball.

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The bride-to-be has also worn pants on five out of her eight royal engagements with Harry, even donning skinny jeans for her first official visit to Wales.

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