Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have arrived in New York City in style.
The Duchess of Sussex was seen entering the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan on Monday (July 18) in a little black dress with medium-length sleeves and side pockets with silver buttons, holding hands with her husband. She paired the elegant piece with a pair of matching pumps and kept it simple with her accessories, carrying only a black shoulder bag and wearing a set of gold bangles.
Meghan kept her hair up in a neat ponytail and wore natural makeup.
Harry, meanwhile, went for a timeless business ensemble, consisting of a navy suit and tie over a white dress shirt. He finished the look with black dress shoes.
Meghan and Harry attended the U.N. Nelson Mandela Prize award ceremony on Monday and met with ambassadors. BAZAAR.com confirmed their visit to New York earlier, and learned the duke is expected to give a speech at the ceremony—the purpose of which is to honour the late activist and former president of South Africa Nelson Mandela.
The duke and duchess have made human rights activism a priority since they worked as senior royals, and they continue to do so after stepping down from their duties. This Women’s History Month, they offered grants to four leading organizations working to advance gender equity through their nonprofit, Archewell.
Also, as the chief impact officer for mental health start-up BetterUp, Harry advocates for mental health access across the world. And he remains the founder and organizer of the Invictus Games, a multi-sport event for sick or injured military personnel and veterans.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US