Meghan Markle made her third "official" appearance supporting her boyfriend, Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. The American actress shared a private luxury box at the Air Canada Centre with her mother and close friends for the closing ceremony. Prince Harry joined them about midway through the ceremony.
Meghan Markle looked relaxed and chic in a crisp white shirt and ripped jeans as she joined Prince Harry for the Invictus Games semi-final tennis match.
The couple sat courtside together whispering and laughing as well as cheering on the players from Australia and New Zealand for their first joint royal engagement.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
Top: Misha Nonoo ‘The Husband’ Shirt (US$185)
Jeans: Mother Denim Looker Ankle Fray Jeans (US$228)
Shoes: Sarah Flint 'Natalie' Flats (US$525)
Handbag: Everlane Cognac Leather Market Tote (US$165)
Earrings: Zofia Day Dash Ear Studs (US$575)
Bracelet: Kismet by Milka Dangle Full Circles Bracelet ($700 AUD)
Sunglasses: FINLAY & CO. 'Percy' Light Tortoise Sunglasses (£120).
Meghan Markle made her first "official" appearance with Prince Harry at the Opening Ceremonies of the 2017 Toronto Invictus Games. Although Meghan was not seated alongside Harry, the event still marked a significant milestone in their relationship.
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Meghan Markle is the feature star on the cover of Vanity Fair’s October issue. In the article, the American actress discusses with contributing editor Sam Kashner her relationship with Prince Harry, the challenges of her newfound fame, her background, her career, and more.
The piece also includes a variety of photographs styled by Jessica Diehl which highlight Meghan’s California girl essence.
Here's a look behind the scenes of Meghan Markle's October 2017 Vanity Fair cover shoot.
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