Meghan Markle Suits Up With Prince Harry to Honor Severely Ill Kids

Sergio Cunningham
September 5, 2018

The Duchess of Sussex and former Hollywood actress Meghan Markle may not be on the cast of the TV show Suits anymore but that definitely isn't stopping her from suiting up. The woman knows how to wear one!

This is the second time in the past week that the style icon has shown her savvy for suiting! For that event, the Duchess also went the suited route with a tailored tuxedo dress by Judith & Charles.

TheDaily Mail reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex adopted a dog named Oz, according to royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith.

According to People, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have chose to call their puppy Oz.

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Considering Prince William and Kate Middleton's cocker spaniel Lupo has made plenty of public appearances, including in official royal photographs of the Cambridges, we're hoping we'll get a glimpse of Oz sooner rather than later. Who could forget the cheeky little boy who touched her hair in Ireland?

Four-year-old Mckenzie Brackley was at the event to pick up an award for his fearless battle with Acute Flaccid Paralysis.

"Like the Sussex's, the dog will divide its time between the palace and their country home in the Cotswolds". They also added a new member to their family: a black Labrador dog! They'll attend a gala concert in London on September 6. The newlyweds will then head out on a multi-week tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga.

Power suits were a favourite of the late Princess of Wales, and Markle's chic blazer and tailored trousers evoked memories of Diana's sharp suits from the likes of Amanda Wakeley and Dior in the '90s.

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