Stepping out for a visit to the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition with Prince Harry, the royal donned the "Sleeveless Trench" by Calgary based label NONIE .
The couple also spoke to Andrew Mlangeni, 92, who stood on trial accused of sabotage against the then-apartheid government in 1938, and spent 26 years in prison on Robben Island - where he was jailed with Mr Mandela.
Tagging Kensington Palace in her series of tweets, the 53-year-old continued, "Glad you have so much time to gallivant around paying tribute to others while ignoring your own father!"
It's interesting to note that this is the first time that Meghan has worn an independent Canadian brand since before the royal wedding - a nod to her "Suits" career perhaps? Let her live her life, ' she said. But that doesn't mean she still can't express herself through her wardrobe, or even give a nod to her former country-of-residence.
"How about you pay tribute to your own father?!" "Act like a humanitarian, act like a woman!"
The Duchess was all smiles as she met 92 year-old Andrew Mlangeni who spent 26 years on Robben Island
Maybe Prince Harry's face is looking red as his hair right now, or maybe he doesn't give a hoot.
The whole story about Meghan's father undergoing heart surgery was made up.
"My father is not an embarrassment for loving his daughter!"
"Soft pinks communicate the nurturing, compassionate, caring side of love.I'm not at all surprised she is feeling this way given the body language between her and Prince Harry - and she is reflecting this in picking the softer pinks".
Speaking to TMZ amid the media storm over the "stupid and hammy" photos, Markle explained his motivation had been to "recast" his public image, rather than any monetary reasons. "I actually can't get over how good she looks in it". The outing came after her father, Thomas, told The Sun over the weekend that he thought she looked "terrified" at official royal engagements and criticized her style.
Deputies: Missing Portland woman who vanished along California coast found
Ms Hernandez was conscious when she was discovered by Chad and Chelsea Moore, although she had sustained a shoulder injury. Hernandez was driving from OR to her sister's home in southern California when she went missing, officials said.