Meghan Markle hauled £4.3,000 worth of designer handbags in 24 hours

Laura Sutcliffe

The Duchess of Sussex just spent a day in NYC after her public appearance with hubby Prince Harry and we couldn’t help but notice her amazing collection of handbags on the trip, including three new arm candies .

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Prince Harry addressed the United Nations General Assembly during its annual celebration of Nelson Mandela International Day. The extra special event took place in New York and the father of two was the keynote speaker.

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Meghan supported her hubby at the event looking absolutely stunning in a super chic black pencil skirt with daring Givenchy hip pockets, black top and sleek black heels.

Meghan and her Mulberry Bayswater

The mother-of-two carried the small Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ grained leather tote bag which you can buy for £1,195.

Mulberry Bayswater Grained Leather Small Tote, £1,195, Selfridges


After the special reunion, the duo parted ways and used their time in the Big Apple to reunite with friends. Meghan, 40, wasted no time and after a quick wardrobe change she went to lunch with activist Gloria Steinem.

Meghan wearing her Nia clutch by Cult Gaia (GOFF)

The Duchess dazzled in navy shorts by Dior, a white shirt, brown belt and ‘BB 105 Cognac Suede Pumps’ by Manolo Blahnik. Pictured walking into the Crosby Street Hotel in Soho, we spotted her new brown ‘Nia’ clutch from Cult Gaia, which costs £460.

Nia clutch, £460, Gaia Cult


The couple reunited in the evening at Andrew Carmellini’s Tribeca hotspot, Locanda Verde.

Meghan wearing the Bottega Veneta Pouch bag in red (Blackgrid)

Meghan changed once again, this time in a beautiful monochromatic jumpsuit by Gabriela Hearst.

Clutch bag, £2,650, Bottega Veneta

Meghan paired it with a stunning red woven bag from Bottega Veneta which cost £2,650, and added a stunning pair of black strappy sandals from her go-to shoe designer Aquazzura.

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