Meghan Markle looked especially elegant in a monotone Ralph Lauren outfit as she and her husband stepped out to celebrate with Kate and William.
Meghan looked elegant in an olive green shift dress as she joined husband Prince Harry at Prince Louis' christening yesterday. The Duchess of Sussex, 36, chose a dress by American designer Ralph Lauren and a matching hat by milliner Stephen Jones as she arrived for the service at the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace.
Her fitted dress featured a boat neckline, which has become a signature look for Meghan, and was belted around the waist.
The Duchess accessorised the look with matching suede court shoes, along with a co-ordinating clutch bag, while clutching a pair of green leather gloves.
Today, Meghan made her second appearance in as many days with the rest of the Royal clan. Meghan looked very chic in a black a-line dress that clung to her petite figure and showed it off to perfection.
The Duke & Duchess of Sussex arrived along with The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge for the RAF centenary church service at Westminster Abbey.
The Queen joined Harry, Meghan, William and Kate at Westminster Abbey as part of a day-long celebration of the Royal Air Force as it celebrates its centenary year.
The whole world has been keeping a close eye on Meghan since she got hitched to the beloved Prince Harry and that's enough pressure for any woman. Meghan has been heavily criticised for her outfit choices with some people claiming, she's lost her sparkle.
As we are all aware, becoming a part of the Royal Family comes with certain rules and Meghan has had to do away with her old Hollywood style in favour of something more conservative. It was even reporters that Meghan, and any other female member of the Royal Family, is forbidden to wear wedges around the Queen because she simply does not like them.
The Duchess of Sussex wowed in a £1,300 canary yellow sheath dress by designer Brandon Maxwell who has worked as Lady Gaga's stylist since 2012.
The couple arrived at the reception at Marlborough House in London hand in hand, despite royal fans speculation that they may have stopped doing so following their marriage.
And while the Duchess has opted for sleek blow dries for her engagements of late, tonight she opted for her previously favoured hairstyle of a bun, though she had opted for a sleeker style over her iconic 'messy' updo.
In his heartfelt speech, Harry mentioned his wife and how happy they were to be involved in the Commonwealth Youth Reception. He said:
‘Meghan and I are incredibly excited to meet so many of you representing the future of the Commonwealth. Later this year we will embark on a tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
This will be a wonderful opportunity for us to meet and hear from more young people about their ideas for creating a better future. ‘We can’t wait to see you in action in your home countries and learn about what you’re doing to better the Commonwealth, and the world, in 2040 and beyond.’
We are loving this colourful look on Meg which brings her to life. We hope to see more like it in the future.