Meghan Markle dazzles in sleeveless dress at Stephen Lawrence Memorial Service

By: Laura Sutcliffe

After a whirlwind weekend of royal engagements, Meghan Markle and her husband-to-be Prince Harry attended a Memorial Service to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence, to celebrate his life and legacy. The gorgeous couple – who became an aunt and uncle toPrince William and Kate's third baby – met with Baroness Lawrence and her son, Stuart, at the entrance of St Martin-in-the-fields church in Westminster.

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During the service, Harry read a message of support on behalf of The Prince of Wales. Meghan, 36, looked poised and expertly polished in a navy dress by BOSS, which had a silver thread running through it. She teamed the belted-dress with nude high heel shoes as she entered the church. Her long brown hair was tied back and her makeup looked flawless as always. The Duchess-to-be donned gold jewelry by British designer Shaun Leane.

Harry and Meghan looked dapper as they attended the memorial service. Photo: © Getty Images

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Meghan certainly had a busy weekend! She celebrated the Queen's 92nd birthday on Saturday (April 21) and looked beautiful in one of her favourite mid-range designers, Self Portrait. The green floral midi dress featured a bold print and a cold-shoulder cut. She teamed the $536 dress with a chic black blazer and high heel stiletto shoes. The dress is selling out rapidly, but can still be purchased online in a selection of sizes. The memorial is particularly poignant as 2018 marks 25 years since Stephen Lawrence was killed, and 20 years since The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust was founded which was founded by Baroness Lawrence in 1998 in memory of her son.

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For the past 20 years, the trust has campaigned for fairness, justice and equality for all and has a continuing commitment to supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to create a fairer society in which everyone can flourish. Last year, the trust supported over 2,000 young people through training, mentoring, bursaries and other activities. Sir Lenny Henry will also be at the service, where he will proceed to interview three young beneficiaries of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.

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