Called a palace-wrecker and “five clicks up from trailer trash”, Meghan Markle donned a green pleated midi dress from Emilia Wickstead ($878 at Farfetch) and nude Purist pumps ($650 at Net-A-Porter) for Commonwealth Day Service 2020 at Westminster Abbey on Monday in London, England.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attend the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 at Westminster Abbey on March 9, 2020, in London, England
Joined by her husband Prince Harry at their last official royal engagement, Meghan reunited with Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton for the first time in weeks. According to Daily Beast, the couples made no conversation with each other.
Meghan Markle’s classic neutral pumps will go with everything
A public holiday in some former British territories around the world, the annual celebration is marked by an Anglican service attended by Queen Elizabeth II as Head of the Commonwealth along with the Commonwealth Secretary-General and Commonwealth High Commissioners in London.
Meghan Markle wore a green pleated midi dress featuring a band collar, a button fastening, a fitted waist, long sleeves, a straight hem, and a back zip fastening
The Commonwealth represents 2.4 billion people and 54 countries, working in collaboration towards shared economic, environmental, social and democratic goals.
Meghan Markle rocked a William Chambers tulle hat and white gold Birks Snowflake Snowstorm earrings
The 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex styled her green dress with a matching Gabriela Hearst ‘Demi’ bag, a William Chambers tulle hat, white gold Birks Snowflake Snowstorm earrings, and nude Purist 75 leather pumps from Aquazzura.
Meghan Markle’s nude heels make her legs look longer
Made from cream leather at the label’s Italian atelier, Meghan’s classic nude pair has a slender heel and pointed toe that creates the illusion of longer legs.
Nude Aquazzura Purist Pumps, $650 at Net-A-Porter
To see the interaction between Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William, and Duchess Kate Middleton, watch the below video of the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.
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