Meghan Markle made her ‘working’ debut alongside fiancé Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today. It is the first time the four have appeared at an official engagement together. Meghan joined the three royals at the inaugural Royal Foundation Forum in London - an event to highlight the work of William, Kate and Harry’s personal charitable organisation.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
DRESS: Jason Wu Belted Satin Wrap Dress (US$1,795). Meghan wore the version with epaulettes from the designer's Spring 2018 runway collection (not available in stores).
SHOES: AQUAZZURA Casablanca multi-strap suede pumps (US$750)
EARRINGS: Isabel Marant Enameled gold-tone hoop earrings (£65)
JEWELLERY: In addition to her trilogy diamond engagement ring, Meghan also wore a few stackable rings on her right hand and a thin gold bangle. We can make out her Birks Iconic Splash Ring (US$1,495).
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were in Edinburgh today for their first official joint visit to Scotland. The trip was part of their public engagements in the run-up to their wedding on 19 May. It follows trips to Nottingham, Brixton, and Cardiff.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
COAT: Burberry Double-breasted tartan wool-blend coat (US$2,895).
HANDBAG: Strathberry 'East/West' Mini crossbody bag in Bottle Green (US$545).
PANTS: Veronica Beard Black 'Adley' Pants (US$395).
TOP: Wolford 'Portland' Turtleneck Pullover (US$250).
RINGS: In addition to her trilogy diamond engagement ring, Meghan also wore a few stackable rings on her right hand.
On her middle finger Meghan stacked the Birks Iconic Splash Ring (US$1,495) and Birks Iconic Snowflake Ring (US$4,995).
On her third finger she wore the Missoma Interstellar Ring (£45).
On her thumb and an index finger she wore the Catbird 'Threadbare' yellow gold rings (US$44).
HAIR: Meghan wore her hair down and parted down the middle.
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