Though royal watchers aren’t likely to catch Meghan Markle in a pair of jeans, her outfit on Thursday (July 26) put a fancy twist on her go-to, pre-royal wedding look! Delighting fans with their appearance at Harry’s Sentebale Polo Cup in Windsor, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked happy as ever – and Meghan, as stylish as they come in a denim-blue Carolina Herrera dress, a pair of her favourite pumps, an affordable clutch and what looks to be earrings by her go-to Canadian brand, Birks.
The 36-year-old expertly combined affordable with high-end, giving her look a summer vibe with a J. Crew Fan Rattan Clutch, Tom Ford Cat-Eye Sunglasses and her favourite Aquazzura pumps, the Deneuve 105. Meghan has worn these shoes in black on multiple occasions, both for the Queen’s Young Leaders celebration and on her first evening in Ireland. The beautiful heel cut-out and bow give these otherwise simple pumps the perfect Meghan flair!
Continuing the revival of her favourite hairstyle, the Suits alum rocked her signature messy bun, which perfectly showed off what appear to be the striking Birks Bee Chic Silver Blue Topaz Stud Earrings (CA$395). Of course, her natural beauty was on display with a barely-there makeup look to show off her darling freckles and accent her pretty brown eyes. The former actress watched from the sideline and proved that she’s her husband’s biggest fan, cheering Prince Harry on as he played in the match in Berkshire.
Meghan clearly knows her sense of style, as she’s partial to this beautiful cut of belted dress. This particular outfit by the luxury brand – which she first wore to Trooping the Colour in June – features a wide belt that accentuates her small waist, a flattering cap sleeve and tasteful V-neck for the ultimate dress to beat the current heatwave in England.
Meghan and Harry, 33, joined forces today to support the prince’s charitable organization, Sentebale, which was founded in 2006 and focuses on supporting vulnerable children. The prince and his friend Prince Seeiso of Lesotho created the organization in memory of their late mothers. The match, which sees Harry hopping on a horse each year, is held as an annual fundraiser for the charity, supporting those affected by HIV, living with AIDS or have lost their parents to the disease.