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Meghan Markle speaks to head chef Stuart Jones as she visits the Royal Variety Charity’s residential nursing and care home at Brinsworth House on Dec. 18, 2018 in Twickenham, England. Geoff Pugh- WPA Pool/Getty Images

Meghan Markle spent a chunk of her day on Tuesday at a nursing home in Twickenham, England, and she sported quite the dress during her visit.

The Royal Variety Charity nursing home is for people who used to work in the entertainment industry, which is something Markle, as a former actress, knows all about. For the day’s events — decorating Christmas cards, listening to carols and admiring the Christmas tree — the pregnant royal opted for a floral-print midi dress from Brock Collection.

To get more specific, the Odilia floral-print panelled midi dress, which is priced at $1,480, is a “slim fit” dress. The Duchess of Sussex showed off her growing baby bump in this tailored frock that has a paneled bodice and matching pencil skirt. The square neckline’s accentuated by cap sleeves with ruching.

The dress, which is part of the brand’s Resort 2019 line, is still available to purchase and has not yet sold out.

Markle wore the dress not just for the crafts and caroling at the nursing home but also for chatting with the head chef at the establishment. With a cookbook to her name, Markle knows a thing or two about cooking, which is why she likely wanted to spend a little time in the kitchen there.