Meghan Markle gives a hidden nod to International Women's Day with her latest outfit
Future royal Meghan Markle is well-known as a champion of women.
She's previously addressed the UN about gender equality, while a clip of her as an 11-year-old talking about a TV ad that she thought promoted gender stereotyping recently went viral.
Today Meghan and fiancé Prince Harry stepped out in Birmingham to launch a project aimed at inspiring female students.
It being International Women's Day, Meghan didn't let the occasion pass without marking it, albeit in a very subtle way.
She wore a navy coat with white detail and a white jumper. White, as Cosmopolitan notes, is a colour associated with the suffragette movement and with resistance.
The coat is by J Crew while the jumper is from All Saints.
Just last week, Meghan alluded to how she'll continue to support feminist causes as a royal.
Speaking at the Royal Foundation Forum, she said that there's no better time than now for the royals to shine a light on women's empowerment.
"You'll often hear people say, 'you're helping women find their voices'," she said.
"I fundamentally disagree with that because women don't need to find a voice: they have a voice.
"They need to feel empowered to use it and people need to be encouraged to listen."