Just five months after saying “I do” in a custom gown by Givenchy, the Duchess of Sussex walked down the aisle at St. George’s Chapel in another bespoke ensemble by the French fashion house. Meghan arrived on the arm of her husband Prince Harry to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding in a navy blue dress designed by the house of Givenchy’s artistic director Clare Waight Keller.
The duchess complemented the elegant knee-length coatdress, which featured a high collar, black buttons and large pockets, with a hat by London-based milliner Noel Stewart, blue clutch and matching pumps.
After arriving to the chapel, the 37-year-old found her seat amongst the Royal Family, including the Duchess of Cambridge, who also turned to her wedding dress designer, Alexander McQueen, to create a memorable look for her cousin-in-law's special day. She also donned a charming hat by famed milliner Philip Treacy.
Back in May, Meghan delighted royal watchers when she stepped out of the Queen's vintage Rolls-Royce wearing a simple and sophisticated wedding gown by Givenchy. The long-sleeve dress featured a bateau neckline, which has quickly become synonymous with the duchess. She added sparkle to her look with Queen Mary's bandeau tiara, on loan from Her Majesty. The topper is made of diamonds and platinum and features a detachable brooch made of ten brilliant diamonds.