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Meghan Markle’s M&S jumper sells out – but her Smythe coat is still available

Meghan Markle's M&S jumper sells out - but her Smythe coat is still available
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Not all of us can step out in a messy low bun and winter wear and still look as glamorous as future princess Meghan Markle.

Those who want to try can still hurry to the Smythe’s website where her Brando coat is still available.

Meghan, the most-talked about celebrity right now, visited radio station Reprezent FM in London, with Prince Harry yesterday, clad in a long winter coat and matching light camel scarf.

The 36-year-old completed her look with an M&S black wool blend jumper which is now sold out online.

The bold shoulder and hourglass coat might set you back a bit though. It comes at a lofty price of $995.00 (£734).

Her M&S jumper is a little more modest, with a retail price of £45. No wonder it’s sold out.

Meghan Markle's M&S jumper sells out - but her Smythe coat is still available
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The famous couple paid a visit to Reprezent, a training programme which was established in Peckham in 2008, in response to the alarming rise in knife crime, to help young people develop and socialise through radio.

The royal couple commended the station’s work supporting young people through creative training in radio and broadcasting, and learned more about their model of using music, radio, and media for social impact.

As with any public outings, fans of the American actress crowded around and waved at her as she held hands with Harry, who was also looking dapper in a long off-khaki coat.

Meghan Markle's M&S jumper sells out - but her Smythe coat is still available
(Picture: Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

She looked totally immersed in the project as she met radio DJ Remi Aderemi, 24 and listened to a sample of their work.

Meghan, a humanitarian and philanthropist, has been involved with many charitable projects and last month made her first royal visit with Prince Harry as they visited National Justice Museum

The visit was in hopes to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and efforts to tackle youth crime.

Some crowd members waited in the cold for hours to greet the royal and his fiancee on their first official engagement in Nottingham.

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