Meghan Markle with a patchy look celebrated with Harry the arrival of the first child of the couple of friends, David Foster and Katharine McPhee
At the home of Meghan Markle and Harry: inside the 11.2 million dollar super-luxury villa
Meghan Markle and Harry were surprised in one of the very rare private releases. The couple went to dinner at a restaurant near Santa Monica to celebrate the announcement of a pregnancy. But it's not about Lady Markle.
In fact, the Sussexes left their super villa in Montecito to meet with David Foster and Katharine McPhee, their dearest friends, to toast the arrival of their first child. The two couples are very close, so much so that Harry has found in David Foster a father figure to refer to, since relations with Prince Charles are not relaxed and then he is now very far away.
Harry and Meghan spent several hours in the company of friends, dining at Lucky's Steakhouse, as reported by the Daily Mail. The Sussexes were paparazzi in the parking lot of the luxury restaurant. It is the first time they have been surprised during a private evening, outside their splendid mansion.
From the paparazzi photos you can see Meghan sporting an arranged, little studied look, as if she had put together the first things she found in the closet. Lady Markle wears a brown pullover, black pants, perhaps in leather, like the ones with which she showed herself at America's Got Talent. On the shoulders a classic trench coat and on the feet a pair of slim-heeled orange satin mules by Chloe Gosselin, one of the favorite brands of the stars, from Jennifer Lopez to Reese Witherspoon and Celine Dion.
Although the beauty of the jewel-shoes is undisputed, they have nothing to do with the rest of the decidedly casual outfit. And they help to give the idea of a botched outfit.
Meghan and Harry, in dark pants and white shirts, arrived at the meeting in an SUV and waited about ten minutes in the parking lot before reaching their friends. The couple wore the mask and appeared quite serious in the paparazzi photos, even if the Prince did not fail to make a loving and protective gesture towards his wife.
After three hours of dinner, the Sussexes left the restaurant around 10.30pm to return home where they left little Archie.