On her first solo appearance, Meghan chose a black dress from one of her preferred designers, Givenchy.
Meghan joined other royals at a service in Westminster Abbey to commemorate the centenary of World War 1.
Meghan, who was expecting her first child, made a stunning appearance at the 2018 British Fashion Awards in a black Givenchy dress with a one-shoulder design.
4. Meghan Mesmerizes in a Captivating Ensemble: Brandon Maxwell Mini Dress with Matching Blazer.
Meghan chose a chic ensemble for her appearance as the National Theatre’s patron.
During a visit to Canada House with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle wore a stunning dark green coat by Erdem, a Canadian designer.
6. Meghan Stuns in V-Neck Ruby Red Sweater, Leather BOSS Midi Pencil Skirt, and Suede Finish Court Pumps.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined a roundtable discussion on gender equality hosted by The Queens Commonwealth Trust and One Young World at Windsor Castle.
For the 2020 Endeavour Awards, Meghan wore a stunning Victoria Beckham dress in a bright turquoise hue.
8. The Duchess’s Perfectly Coordinated Ensemble: Chocolate Slip Skirt, Caramel Sweater, and Bronze Velvet Heels.
A classic item in any royal wardrobe is the camel coat, and Meghan’s Reiss version is no exception.
The Royal Albert Hall was the scene of a stunning display of elegance and style as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived for a special event.
In a stunning emerald ensemble by Emilia Wickstead. Meghan made her appearance at the Commonwealth Day Service in Westminster Abbey.
11. The Duchess of Sussex Dazzles in All-Black piece: Emporio Armani Coat, Sleek Trousers, and Pointed Pumps.
In New York City For her visit to the One World Observatory the Duchess of Sussex chose a sophisticated all-black outfit that included a pair of slim trousers and a cozy turtleneck, topped with an Emporio Armani coat.
Meghan dazzled in a stunning red gown by Carolina Herrera for a night out with Harry.
As a guest coach, Meghan Markle joined Project Fearless’ inaugural Entrepreneurship course in Amsterdam.
For the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration, Meghan chose a very sophisticated outfit that featured a white Dior coat dress with a belt, a matching large hat, gloves, and classic pumps.
The Archewell Foundation’s humanitarian work earned Meghan Markle and Prince Harry the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award in New York City.