Amy is reported to be staying on until the birth of baby Sussex before moving overseas, when she will become the fourth person to leave Meghan and Harry's employment since their May wedding.
Meghan, who is around seven months pregnant, chose a forest green embroidered coat by Canadian-born, London-based Erdem from his autumn/winter 2019 collection.
Meanwhile, her husband Prince Harry opted for a navy suit and light pink tie as he walked hand-in-hand with his wife. She accessorized with her Birks opal earrings, her black satin Givenchy clutch and her go-to pair of pumps, the Deneuve heels by Aquazzura.
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Monday was no exception, as the Duchess of Sussex attended a Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in a warm orange-ish pink double-breasted Catherine Walker jacket with a set of 18 Abalone buttons that trailed past her knees.
When a woman at an event congratulated the 2 on their pregnancy, Harry jokingly said, "What, you're pregnant?" to Meghan.
Meghan wore Erdem at an event at Canada House earlier in the day. "Beauty-wise I thought she was a gorgeous, then on a personal level through getting to know her a little more I guess it did enhance my admiration for her".
The two couples also were seen together last week at Buckingham Palace when they gathered with the rest of the royal family to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' investiture as the Prince of Wales at a reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II. Earlier, they attended a Commonwealth Day youth event at Canada House in London, where they met with young Canadians excelling in everything from fashion to business in an effort to showcase and celebrate the diverse community of young Canadians living in the United Kingdom.
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Per ESPN's Adam Schefter , Flowers plans to sign with the Lions at the start of National Football League free agency on Wednesday. In 34 games, he has 78 grabs for 1,005 yards and 11 scores, numbers that make him Detroit's immediate No. 1 tight end.