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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are continuing their New York City tour.

Following their visit with Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Kathy Hochul at the One World Observatory this morning, the Sussexes reportedly sat down with Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, for a private visit at her apartment. The royal couple’s meeting with Thomas-Greenfield is part of their itinerary as official co-chairs for Global Citizen Live, the vaccine equity fundraising event taking place in Central Park this Saturday. According to Thomas-Greenfield, the trio discussed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, racial justice, and the importance of mental health.

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Meghan Markle Wears The Perfect Camel Coat For A Meeting In New York City
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Meghan Markle Wears The Perfect Camel Coat For A Meeting In New York City
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For the visit, Meghan switched out of her dark-hued Emporio Armani wool coat from this morning to one of her signature closet staples: a camel-coloured wool overcoat (the style is also a go-to for Meghan’s royal sister-in-law, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge). Meghan paired the look with a knit black turtleneck by New York brand The Row and a matching pencil skirt, accessorised with a beige leather handbag from Valextra and pointed-toe pumps courtesy of Aquazzura. Meghan also wore the classic coat weeks before announcing her joint decision, with Harry, to step down as senior working royals last year.

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The Sussexes are expected to stay in New York through the weekend. The pair will make their first major joint appearance since leaving royal life behind at Saturday’s Global Citizen Live event. Both Harry and Meghan have been vocal advocates for global vaccine equity during the COVID-19 pandemic, and have raised millions of dollars to help get vaccines to those who need them most around the world.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.