Following this morning's Anzac Day dawn service, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry also attended an Anzac Day church service at Westminster Abbey this afternoon.
The couple were joined by Prince William for the remembrance service commemorating the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.
The royal bride-to-be arrived dressed in an all-black ensemble and aptly wore a bespoke two-piece set by New Zealand born fashion designer, Emilia Wickstead. Full outfit details below:
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
SEPARATES: Emilia Wickstead black cloqué cropped jacket and matching high-waisted skirt. The bespoke pieces are modelled on creations from the designer's SS 2014 collection - the 'Kristie' jacket and 'Christian' skirt.
HAT: Philip Treacy black dragonfly sinamay beret (bespoke) - a fusion of the dragonfly felt beret and sinamay base from the SS18 collection of the Irish milliner.
BAG: Jimmy Choo Black ‘J Box’ Clutch (US$1,050).
SHOES: Manolo Blahnik BB black suede heels (US$625)
RINGS: In addition to her trilogy diamond engagement ring, Meghan also wore her stackable Catbird 'Threadbare' Yellow Gold Rings (US$44 each).
The Duchess of Sussex is on maternity leave and has no scheduled events.
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