Meghan Markle stuns at event with husband Prince Harry and The Queen

Meghan Markle

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Middleton has recently made waves for wearing clothes from more affordable brands, but Markle seems focused on turning to high-end designers to help establish her style. From her epic wedding dresses to her elevated everyday style, Meghan isn't afraid to take a few fashion risks. She's already had her first overnight trip and joint appearance with the queen, and she just attended an event that's even closer to the queen's heart.

According to Express, garlic is essentially banned from being included in foods eaten by royal family members at state banquets and events.

The statement added that during their time in the capital Britain's Prince Harry and his new wife "will learn about Ireland's culture and heritage, including a visit to Trinity College, where they will see the Book of Kells, one of Ireland's greatest cultural treasures".

Markle definitely dressed to impress for the occasion. The top also features a boatneck design, yet opts for some chic short-sleeves rather than the off-the-shoulder cut that has previously caused some controversy for the duchess.

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Thomas also said in the interview that he hasn't actually met Prince Harry in person, but he has talked to him on the phone.

"The shared laughter and affection signals look very similar to Kate's poses but Meghan is now looking more like a grand-daughter-in-law than female friend". While the her new royal title will have her following some very special style rules, there's no doubt that her wardrobe will continue to wow.

"At some moments she uses some pseudo-infantile re-motivational techniques to look cute and slightly vulnerable but at others her smile looks more nurturing as she listens to a woman who is almost three times her own age".

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