In A Striped Sweater And Skinny Jeans, Meghan Markle Looks Effortlessly Chic

In A Striped Sweater And Skinny Jeans, Meghan Markle Looks Effortlessly Chic

In California, Meghan Markle has been able to largely avoid the cameras of the paparazzi. However, Friday was an exception. The Duchess of Sussex was snapped out close to her Montecito home wearing a free white striped La Ligne sweater over a dark top with dark thin pants and expressive dance pads. Her hair was styled down and straight on a middle part. Meghan was carrying a Fendi bag. On Daily Mail, you can see pictures of her outside. It is extremely unusual to see her casual style.)

The white striped sweater below the blazer was worn in place of the black skinny jeans she wore while she and Prince Harry were in Australia in 2018:

The sighting occurs on the same day that Spotify and Archewell, Meghan and Harry’s audio division, announced the end of their partnership. According to a brief statement obtained by Variety, “Spotify and Archewell Audio have mutually agreed to part ways and are proud of the series we made together.” Archetypes was one of Meghan’s collaborations with Spotify. At the end of 2020, the couple agreed to a $20 million contract with Spotify.

Variety was told by a source that Meghan and Harry didn’t want their projects to be exclusives for Spotify and wanted to find a new home for them. Variety reported that a second source stated that Spotify “expect[ed] more content from Archewell Audio [and noted] that nearly three years after inking the pact, they [Meghan and Harry] have delivered only one series, essentially putting the overall deal in limbo.” Spotify is a streaming service.

Beyond their initial statement announcing the termination of their agreement, neither party has provided any additional information. Friday also marked the day before King Charles III’s inaugural Trooping the Colour. The Saturday event that took place was not open to Meghan and Harry.

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