Meghan Markle's Canada Visit Outfits Revolve Around Must-Have Coats

She's bundling up in style.

Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games in Canada 2024
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While other celebrities spent the past few days ushering in fashion week and Valentine's Day with outfits to match, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had other plans in mind. For their first joint appearance of the year, the duo cozied up together in Canada.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex went to British Columbia to celebrate "One Year to Go" until the 2025 Invictus Games—the first Winter Games iteration of the sporting event. Over the course of the three-day visit to Vancouver and Whistler, the royals are participating in a number of events and meeting with members of the Participating Nations Winter Training Camp ahead of next year's competition. Along the way, Markle is bringing her laid-back yet polished style to the Canadian ski slopes, giving a lesson in winter layering with several must-have coats.

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry attend the Inviticus Vancouver Whistler 2025 sporting event in Canada 2024Games

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive at the Invictus "One Year to Go" Training Camp in British Columbia, Canada.

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Markle was first spotted tackling the frigid weather on February 14, bundling up in the now sold-out quilted cream puffer coat from Calvin Klein. Underneath, she layered a matching knit sweater from Co with white Frame jeans. The podcaster went practical on the accessories front, sporting a black Burberry beanie, Sorel snow boots, and Blenders sunglasses.

Later that evening, Markle toured the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, a First Nations museum and art gallery, changing into a sleek black Dôen coat and straight-leg trousers.

The Sussexes began the second day of their trip on February 15th, visiting the Mount Currie Community Centre located on the territory of the Lil'wat Nation. There, Markle cheered on her husband during the center's inclusive wheelchair basketball game in a dark wool coat—reportedly the same one she wore to New York City in 2021. She also had on a blue striped oxford top, dark-washed skinny jeans, and her trusty pair of Le Le Chameau Jameson boots.

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry attend the Inviticus Vancouver Whistler 2025 sporting event in Canada 2024Games

Markle bundled up in a slew of winter coats, including a navy puffer from Hermès, with a beanie from Aritzia.

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Markle changed outfits upon her return to the Invictus Games training camp. For her afternoon appearance, the Duchess of Sussex wore a navy Hermès puffer coat and dark La Ligne jeans. She finished her outfit for the rest of the day in Kamik boots, leather gloves, plus an Aritzia beanie and scarf.

Markle may have saved her best coats for last. For her final engagements, she wore two coats by Canadian outerwear brand Sentaler.

First, the Duchess of Sussex wrapped up in the label's cream maxi trench coat for an evening dinner. The following morning, she wore a belted cape coat to take in an adaptive curling training session as part of the Invictus Games programming. She paired the cape with luxurious winter accessories including long leather gloves and knee-high black boots.

Meghan Markle attends a curling training session in a Sentaler coat

Markle watched Prince Harry give wheelchair curling a try while wrapped in Sentaler's camel belted cape.

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The Duchess of Sussex's coats this week were as much a continuation of a meaningful styling pattern as winter outerwear inspiration. Meghan Markle deliberately wears designers based in the countries she's visiting, or who have connections to her destination, when she travels on official visits. In this case, a handful of the labels she wore this week paid homage to her hosts. Both Sentaler and Aritzia are Canadian-founded and headquartered in the country.

This post was updated on Saturday, February 17.

India Roby
Freelance Fashion Writer

Born and raised in Memphis, India Roby is a freelance journalist based in New York City. In 2021, India graduated from The New School with a Bachelor’s in Journalism + Design and a minor in Fashion Communication. Her bylines have also appeared in NYLON, Highsnobiety, Harper’s Bazaar, Arch Digest, Teen Vogue, Byrdie, Paper, The Zoe Report, Fashionista, and others.