The couple that wears sweaters together, stays together! Or at least that seems to be the case for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who celebrated International Women’s Day on Thursday, March 8, with a visit to Birmingham, England, where they coordinated in neutral sweater ensembles. But this wasn’t the first time the pair has cozied up in the cold-weather staple. Both Harry and his bride-to-be have been known to rock crewnecks, turtlenecks, half-zips and everything between, and we are taking a look back at some of their best sweater moments — together and apart. Keep scrolling for our favorite looks!
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For their visit to Birmingham on Thursday, March 8, the couple sported complementary neutral styles. Meg’s drapey cream turtleneck is the Ridley Jumper by the British brand AllSaints, which is sold out — but you can get a similar style and with this $180 merino wool design still available on the site. Harry, meanwhile, kept things simple in an oatmeal crewneck style.
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While touring the Palace of Holyroodhouse during their trip to Scotland on February 13, 2018, the prince paired a navy sweater with his cobalt sport coat.
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Luxe for Less
During the couple’s trip to Wales on January 18, 2018, Harry topped off his classic white button-down with a surprisingly affordable $100 cobalt blue cashmere sweater from American retailer Everlane.
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Shades of Gray
For their second major appearance together as an engaged couple on January 9, 2018, Markle and Harry kept things tone-on-tone in black and gray. The former Suits actress wore a $75 wool-blend bell-sleeve sweater from the Marks & Spencer Autograph collection that has, unsurprisingly, sold out — but there are still a few sizes remaining of a very similar style. All the while, Harry returned to his trusty layered look in a gray crewneck.
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Back to Basics
This is not the only time we’ve seen the royal-to-be in this $250 Wolford Colorado Stringbody Turtleneck Bodysuit that she wore to Nottingham Academy on December 1, 2017. She also paired it with black trousers for a trip to Scotland in February 2018.
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Fellas take note, a heather gray half-zip sweater and chinos, like the prince sported for a March 2017 visit to Epping Forest, always looks dapper.
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A few months before she was introduced to her future husband, Markle rocked a classic black sweater with a matching pencil skirt and strappy sandals at the Suits season five premiere in January 2016.
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