Meghan Markle Stuns in a Red Leather Pencil Skirt at a Windsor Castle Event

The duchess owns the same lambskin BOSS skirt in green.

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Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry put on a united front this morning when they arrived together at Windsor Castle.

Meghan had been scheduled to take part in a roundtable discussion about gender equality and inclusion with young leaders from a number of countries around the world. It was previously thought that Meghan would attend the discussion solo, but the Duke of Sussex was photographed driving his wife to the engagement, and he stayed for the duration of the event.

For the occasion, Meghan wore an all-red look, pairing a BOSS by Hugo Boss pencil skirt, made out of lambskin, with a wine V-neck sweater. We've previously seen Meghan in a dark green version of the same skirt, proving that she's a big fan of this particular style.

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Meghan's exact skirt is sold out, but you can buy a similar version:

Shop Leather Skirts Like Meghan's

And if you're strapped for cash, here's a budget-friendly option:

Plus, if you're a fan of the overall look, you can buy your own version of her burgundy shirt below:

Meghan wore the green version of her chic look back in October 2018 during a visit to Brighton with Prince Harry.

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Following a busy 2019, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to take some time out over the festive season. A royal source previously told BAZAAR.com that Meghan and Harry will split their time between the United Kingdom and the United States, with a view to spending Thanksgiving in America with Meghan's family and friends.

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