The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared photos from the event on Instagram on March 10, following their last official outing as working senior royals at the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on March 9. Meghan looked lovely in a toffee-coloured Preen by Thornton Bregazzi midi dress.
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The former actress was outfitted in the billowing, asymmetrical style. The neutral colour is a change from the vivid outfits she wore during her last official appearances as a working member of the Royal Family, but the subdued shade beautifully complemented her complexion and dark hair.
The Preen dress was crafted out of striking plissé fabric which added textural interest to the look and further emphasized the uneven draped skirt.
Those who are after the exact same look as the duchess will be happy to hear that the Glenda asymmetric plissé-georgette midi dress ($920) is still available for purchase, but it likely won't be for long.
Meghan completed the look by wearing her hair completely down and parted just off to the side. Brown and taupe tones on her eyes and cheeks complemented the dress. She added a subtle pop of colour with pink lipstick.
At the Commonwealth Day service, Meghan made a statement in emerald green. She stepped out in a long-sleeved dress with asymmetrical draped neckline by Emilia Wickstead. She finished off the ensemble with a matching green fascinator with netted bow by William Chambers, her favourite beige Aquazzura heels and Birks diamond snowflake earrings.
The jewels were seen as a lovely subtle nod to Canada given their winter-inspired design and her support of a Canada-based brand.