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Meghan Markle wears a very fitting Burberry tartan coat for her first visit to Scotland

Mirror logo Mirror 13/02/2018 Danielle Stacey

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: Credits: PA © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: PA Meghan Markle paid homage to Scottish fashion in a Burberry navy and dark green tartan coat , as she and Prince Harry arrived in Edinburgh on Tuesday lunch time. 

It's the US actress' first visit to the country and no doubt she wanted to impress her hosts.

© Provided by Getty The £1,995 double-breasted jacket is part of Christopher Bailey's latest shoppable runway collection and is made of a wool and cashmere blend.

Meghan teamed it with a black roll neck jumper and wide-leg trousers - which is becoming a signature look of hers.

a person standing in front of a crowd: Credits: Duncan McGlynn / © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Duncan McGlynn / Prince Harry looked dapper in a grey blazer, navy jumper and collared shirt, as the couple chatted to the huge crowd, which had gathered to meet them at the Esplanade in front of Edinburgh Castle.

Meghan wore her hair in a loose wavy blowdry and carried a navy crossbody chain bag.

Credits: Getty © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Getty We last saw Meghan in public when she attended the Endeavour Fund Awards with Prince Harry, at the beginning of February.

© Trinity Mirror Plc For her first evening engagement, she chose a chic pant suit by Alexander McQueen with a Tuxe Boss ruffled blouse, Manolo Blahnik heels and a Prada clutch bag. 

More details emerged this week about their wedding on May 19 - the couple will wed at midday and they will take part in a carriage procession to see well-wishers in Windsor. 

Related: Meghan Markle's most stylish looks (Microsoft GES)

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