Fashion designer Misha Nonoo looks set to reunite with her close friend the Duchess of Sussex as the royal’s famously close group rally to show their support.
Misha’s eponymous label announced on Instagram today that its is heading off on a ‘styling tour’ after closing its New York City pop-up – and Toronto is the first stop.
Meghan, 38, who knows Misha from her pre-royal days, is currently staying on Vancouver Island but has strong ties to Toronto, where she lived for seven years while filming US legal drama Suits.
It is possible the Duchess could make the five-hour flight to see Misha in Toronto when she touches down next Friday, or that the designer could make the trip across Canada to see Meghan at her Vancouver Island mansion.
The Misha Nonoo team will be in Toronto on 24-26 January and Washington DC on 31 January-2 February, giving the designer a few days off in between each stop.
The women were last seen together at Misha’s wedding to oil tycoon Mikey Hess in Rome in September last year. Misha has since announced that she is pregnant.
Misha and Meghan also worked together on the Smart Works charity clothing collection, which was unveiled by the Duchess in collaboration with John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Jigsaw and Misha Nonoo in September last year.
Meghan is thought to be turning to her star-studded group of girlfriends for support in the wake of her and Prince Harry’s announcement that they will step down as senior royals.
The Duchess was spotted collecting pilates instructor and close friend Heather Dorak from Victoria International Airport today.
Meghan embraced her independence by driving herself to and from the $14million Vancouver Island mansion where she’s stayed since before Christmas.
Ms Dorak, who hails from in San Antonio, Texas, became Meghan’s pilates guru and attended the royal wedding in May 2018 with her husband Matt Cohen. She runs the Pilates Platinum brand, which the Duchess started attending in Los Angeles.
While Meghan welcomes friends to Canada, Prince Harry, 35, remains in the UK to take part in meetings about their future role. Their one-year-old son Archie is in Canada with his mother.