Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle suffered from a wardrobe malfunction in Bristol on Friday. Pictured: Markle meets the crowd as they arrive at the Bristol Old Vic on February 01, 2019 in Bristol, England. The Duke and Duchess will tour the recently renovated facility, finding out more about the theatre’s unique history and links to the local community. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Meghan Markle suffered a wardrobe malfunction in Bristol on Friday.

The Duchess of Sussex’s vintage coat dangled into a brown puddle as she bent down to greet her young fans. Markle’s assistant private secretary, Amy Pickerill, who was also with her in Bristol, saw the mishap and immediately rushed to the royal’s side. Pickerill helped lift the vintage coat out of the puddle.

Markle’s recent wardrobe malfunction was not her first. Last year, the “Suits” alum suffered from a couple of issues with her clothes while she was out in public. In October, Markle went to New Zealand with Prince Harry. While there, she wore a royal blue Givenchy short-sleeve sweater and a knit skirt.

In the photos of the Duchess of Sussex greeting some of her fans, it was revealed that her skirt is not as thick as what might have been expected. Markle’s underwear was shown underneath her see-through dress.

One week earlier, Markle suffered another wardrobe malfunction when it was revealed that she forgot to remove the tag on her skirt while she was in the Kingdom of Tonga.

Last year, Markle attended the wedding of Prince Harry’s friend Charlie van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks at St. Mary the Virgin Church in Frensham, Surrey. The former actress suffered another wardrobe malfunction when the strong wind blew open her blouse revealing her lingerie.

Markle wore a navy shirt with a full pleated skirt for the event. The skirt was mid-length and was accentuated with the colors green, pink, black, and white. Markle partnered her dress with her black fascinator designed by royal milliner Philip Treacy.

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in Bristol on Friday for a day of royal engagements, including a visit to the Old Vic Theater. The royal couple toured the historic venue, which was built in 1766. They also unveiled a plaque to mark their visit and the official opening of the theater’s re-development.