Meghan Markle Wears Classic 'New Look' Dior Dress For RAF Centenary Service

She looks gorgeous.


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's very busy week continues this morning. After attending Prince Louis's christening yesterday, the newlywed couple stepped out for today's Centenary of the Royal Air Force Westminster Abbey service. 

Harry was in RAF uniform, while Meghan wore a fitted bespoke Christian Dior A-line dress with a boatneck, paired with Cartier earrings and a matching Stephen Jones hat. The neckline is very similar to her wedding dress.

The two were joined by Kate Middleton, making a rare appearance during her maternity leave, and Prince William. And while Kate and William walked alongside each other, hands off, Meghan and Harry were more affectionate. Meghan held onto his arm:​​​​​​​


The Queen also attended service this morning after skipping Prince Louis's christening yesterday. Meghan and Harry have much more on their agenda today, including a Buckingham Palace reception following the service and then the start of their two-day trip to Dublin, Ireland. They'll be in the city later today and tomorrow.

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