While the Invictus Games hopefuls wore full athletics gear, Meghan was given free rein to wear something a bit more fun and soon-to-be-royal appropriate: Black bootcut trousers, an Invictus Games polo top, and an olive green trench coat.
She also wore black heels, which is a pretty impressive move considering she spent a lot of her visit walking on grass.
Her coat is by Babaton for Aritzia – the Lawson Trench Coat in Monterey, which costs $245 but is currently sold out in all sizes apart from large.
We reckon her jeans are the same pair shes worn previously, designed by Mother Denim.
Sadly, it looks like the Invictus Games polo tops are only for officials, but you can buy a T-shirt from the foundations online store.
While the trials are held at the University of Bath Sports Training Village, the Games themselves will be staged in Sydney this October – and Harry and Meghan will likely attend.
Harry founded the Invictus Games and takes his duties around it seriously, working to use the power of support to inspire recovery and generate a wider understanding of the struggles faced by injured and sick servicemen and women.
Meghan attended the games with Harry last year when they took place in Toronto, at that point having dated for a year. That was their first official appearance since they started dating.
How things will have changed by the time the next Games roll around.