Fashion maven Meghan Markle strikes again! Joined by her royal fiancé Prince Harry in London on Wednesday morning (Apr. 18), the nearly newlyweds attended the Commonwealth Youth Forum Meeting for Chogm. Looking the picture of cool, the 36-year-old dressed aptly for the bright and sunny weather, donning a nautical chic striped cream dress by Altuzarra, a black blazer by Camilla and Marc, a black-and-white Oroton bag ($305) and perfectly matching black heels. To accessorize, the Suits alum dazzled in Birks bar earrings and Natalie Marie rings.
Meghan went with a simple beauty look to show off her natural beauty. Her sleek and straight brunette locks were loose and flowing, and she rocked a flawless makeup look with a bit of light coverage foundation, a subtle hint of eyeshadow and pale pink lip gloss to seal the deal. Prince Harry has said his fiancée is "hugely excited" to be joining him in his Commonwealth duties. The 33-year-old brother of Prince William has been given a new role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador by the Queen and opened the Youth Forum on Monday.
As part of their action-packed day, Harry and Meghan – who are due to be married on 19 May – will meet delegates who have been taking part in the Youth Forum's sessions. The Forum is encouraging young people to debate challenges facing their generation, and agree youth-led initiatives to influence decision-makers and The Chogm summit is staged every two years to discuss the major challenges facing the Commonwealth's 2.4 billion citizens.
Meghan's last royal engagement was on 6 April when she and her husband-to-be visited Bath for the Invictus Games at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Bride-to-be-Meghan looked stunning as always – she wore a khaki trench coat by Babton for Aritzia, a black zip-up top and flared jeans by Mother Denim.
The gorgeous former Suits actress looked polished and ultra-chic as she watched the competitors as they tried out the athletics track. The event was particularly poignant as Harry is the Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, having founded the sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women in 2014.