Meghan Markle Is Not Allowed To Wear This During The Day

Sergio Cunningham
September 10, 2018

Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend 100 Days to Peace gala in London, Sept. 6, 2018.

The event is set to benefit several mental health charities: Help for Heroes, Combat Stress, and Heads Together, which is The Royal Foundation's mental health initiative.

The Duchess, 37, looked incredible in the black trouser suit - a style she favoured heavily before officially joining the ranks of the British royal family in May - while Harry looked smart in a blue suit and matching tie.

Note that Megan will be the first time on television in its new status of the Duchess of Sussex. She paired the dress with a navy Dior clutch that features a little bee on the clasp and new Aquazzura sling-back pumps with rhinestones on the strap.

"Women want to wear what she is wearing and with good reason - she looks incredible!"

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After the civilian rally Kim and Li saluted the crowd, the North Korean raising his guest's hand into the air. In warm sunshine the marchers waved bouquets and flags and chanted "Long live" to the leader.

The concert was held to raise awareness for military veterans suffering mental health issues with all proceeds going to mental health charities, a passion close to the Prince's heart.

The second half of the concert featured Sir Karl Jenkins conducting his acclaimed "The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace", performed by the Royal Choral Society and the Philharmonia Orchestra against a backdrop of Hefin Owen's film "The Armed Man".

In a March interview with ET, royal expert Katie Nicholl said, "My sources are saying that Prince Harry, particularly, is very keen to start a family, pretty soon after the royal wedding".

"Part of that better future is helping those who have been affected by war and conflict".

Supermarkets including Tesco and Asda have launched dupes of Kate and Meghan's designer outfits ... and they cost from £18 ($32).

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