Meghan Markle Named 'Best Dressed Star of 2018' by People Magazine

Carla Harmon
September 10, 2018

The duke and Meghan sat with Lord Dannatt at Central Hall in Westminster, London, on Thursday night for the concert titled 100 Days To Peace, which was to mark the final stretch of the First World War.

At the event, which supports military veterans facing mental health challenges, the stunning couple couldn't have looked more in love as they were all smiles greeting and mingling with guests.

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Recently, Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle's choice of wearing a tuxedo dress walks on the line of breaking the royal dress code but it doesn't go over it.

Prince Charles is said to think that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is the "best thing" that ever happened to his son, Harry.

Meghan styled her hair in soft Old Hollywood waves, which showed off her Birks Snowflake earrings on one side, and wore a light smokey eye, pink lips and a flush of rosy blush on her cheeks. She paired it with minimal accessories and a sleek blow out.

Meghan showed some of her style independence by wearing a tuxedo-like Altuzarra pantsuit paired with a silky Deitas black blouse, with black pumps.

The couple, who married on May 19 at Windsor Castle, gazed adoringly at each other, as Harry took Meghan's hand while she maneuvered the steps in her stiletto heels.

Her choice was widely admired but it also tweaked royal custom, which generally frowns on royal women wearing trousers for formal engagements. "She has found some ways to break some of the rules".

Harry and Meghan last week attended a benefit performance of the hot musical "Hamilton" to raise funds for Sentebale, the charity Harry co-founded in 2006 to honor his late mother Princess Diana's work with people who have HIV and AIDS.

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