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Where You Can Buy Meghan Markle's Chic Green Handbag

While visiting Cardiff, Wales, the soon-to-be royal carried a striking tasseled bag.
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Following an hour-long train delay, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle finally made it to Cardiff. For her first official visit to Wales, Markle wore an all-black ensemble, paired with a vibrant green handbag.

While greeting well-wishers outside Cardiff Castle, she carried the Mini Venice bag from British brand DeMellier London in the shade forest green.


The calf leather and suede design, which retails for $395, is currently available on the British brand's website in multiple colors, including the Markle's shade, though we can't imagine it will be for long, given the soon-to-be royal's track record.

Better yet, each bag each bag sold funds vaccinations for a child in need.

Here's a look at Markle holding the handbag:


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While in Cardiff, Markle and Prince Harry will visit Cardiff Castle and see Street Games, a sports organization focused on helping disadvantaged children, in action.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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