Revealed: How ‘incognito’ Meghan wears a baseball cap to ‘do Pilates and visit Whole Foods’ in London – after a lookalike spied walking her dog near the palace was mistaken for the DuchessMeghan, 37, keeps low-key profile when out and about in London, sources sayShe and Prince Harry spend most of their weekends at their home in CotswoldsIt comes after photo left internet divided over whether it was actually Meghan
20:29 BST, 14 September 2018
However, she and Prince Harry spend most of their weekends at their home in the Cotswolds in a bid to stay out of the spotlight, according to the insider.
It comes after an image purporting to be Meghan taking her dog for a walk set social media alight this week.
‘[T]he only other place she has visited regularly is Whole Foods, which is little more than five minutes away from Kensington Palace.’
Meghan’s makeup artist reveals how she’s subtly tweaked her
Meghan was photographed shopping at Whole Foods in Kensington back in November 2016, a year before her and Harry’s engagement was announced.
The insider added: ‘She spends most of her weekends in the Cotswolds with Harry.’
It comes after a photograph purporting to be Meghan taking her dog for a walk set social media alight this week. The picture was d by CBS reporter Lisa Petrillo
Posting on Twitter, the reporter wrote: ‘So incredibly enough, walking by @kensingtonroyal -we spotted this beautiful, woman with a familiar air”outside the entrance to the private residence where Harry Meghan live . MEGHAN!?
‘[H]er dog was doing his business. She couldn’t have been sweeter. #princessespickuppooptoo’
The photograph of the woman, dressed head-to-toe in black, has left the internet divided over whether it is actually of Meghan.
However, TMZ quoted ‘a source at the palace’ as saying that Meghan is not the woman in the photo and that the dog isn’t hers.
DailyMail.com contacted the Palace for further comment.
Meghan (pictured near her home in Toronto in 2016) manages to leave her home at Kensington Palace unnoticed, according to the insider
Make like Meghan in a wrap coat by Line the Label
Line the Label ‘Meghan’ coat
Unavailable! Shop Line the Label at Farfetch
We’re big fans of the Duchess of Sussex’s wardrobe – she’s right up there with the Duchess of Cambridge on our list of people whose style we want to copy – and it seems as though Meghan has quite an enviable coat collection.
Pictured here in 2016, Meghan stepped out in Toronto wearing a black wrap coat by Line the Label. The former Suits star made her debut as Harry’s fiancée wearing an appropriately bridal white version of this belted number and it has since been named the ‘Meghan’ coat!
A wrap coat is an essential for every wardrobe thanks to its versatility and timeless style. Meghan’s recycling of this Line the Label classic is all the proof we need that a wrap coat is a worthwhile investment.
Sadly you can’t shop the ‘Meghan’ coat right now but you can click (right) to shop Line the Label at Farfetch. Alternatively, click through our carousel below to shop similar styles from Boohoo, Max Mara, Barneys New York and JDY.
PRICES MAY NOT BE AS ADVERTISED
NOW GET ONE LIKE IT
JDY wrap coat at Asos
Max Mara wrap coat at MATCHESFASHION.COM
Boohoo wrap coat
‘Could you bring the car round for David and Davina?’:
The Queen makes even me nervous, says Prince Harry: Royal
Disgusted childhood sweetheart and wife of ex-Detroit
Former Disney princess found guilty of helping boyfriend
Man, 26, who died in first fatal shark attack in Cape Cod
EXCLUSIVE: Reeva Steenkamp’s sister slams Amazon Prime
Samantha Markle calls Meghan a DUCH-A during
Have you been using sunscreen WRONG? Shock research
Inside the clifftop Jamaican resort that’s Meghan
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’ve seen the most disgusting things.’ Below
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Sex mattered more than the children.’ Mel B’s
The below have not been moderated.
We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.