Harry and Meghan arrive in Central Park after changing outfits ahead of big vaccine speech

Harry and Meghan arrive in Central Park after changing outfits ahead of big vaccine speech

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the United Nations earlier on Saturday for a meeting with Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed. The couple, who quit royal duties last year for a new life in Calfornia, had a quick change of clothes before they arrived for Global Citizen Live where they are set to make an appearance.

Concerts are being held in New York’s Central Park and around the world to call on leaders to adopt a vaccine equity policy.

Earlier on Saturday, the Sussexes had a meeting with the UN’s Deputy Secretary-General.

Meghan looked chic in beige wide-legged trousers, a blouse, a camel coat and stilettos for the visit, while Harry was smart in a blue suit and tie.

Following the meeting, Ms Mohammed tweeted a picture with the couple and said: “In conversation with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

“Sharing how to engage on issues we care about deeply: climate action, women’s economic empowerment, mental well-being, youth engagement and vaccine equity.”

Harry and Meghan had a change of clothes before heading to Global Citizen Live.

The Duchess wore a black coat and grey scarf as she arrived, while Harry was in a black suit and white shirt.

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They have had a busy couple of days as they tour the Big Apple.

On Thursday, the Sussexes stepped out at the city’s One World Trade Centre, built on the site of the twin towers which were destroyed in the September 11 attacks.

They posed for the media at the top of the skyscraper against the panoramic backdrop, alongside New York City mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor of New York State Kathy Hochul on Thursday morning.

Asked if she was enjoying her trip to New York, Meghan smiled and replied: “It’s wonderful to be back, thank you.”

The pair later met US ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield.

On Friday, they visited a school where Meghan read from her children’s book The Bench.

The Sussexes met youngsters from the Harlem school to promote literacy.

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