Meghan Markle recycles her £462 engagement interview dress as she stuns at the WellChild Awards


MEGHAN Markle stepped out in the same emerald green dress she wore after she announced her engagement to Prince Harry in 2017 for the WellChild Awards in London this evening.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, looked suitably chic as she arrived at the annual awards ceremony with her £1,185 camel coat by Sentaler draped over her fitted designer dress by luxury brand P.A.R.O.S.H.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived hand-in-hand to the awards ceremony in London[/caption]

Meghan paired her £462 dress with a £688 tortoiseshell scarf bag by Motunas and completed her look with her favourite £562 brown suede Manolo Blahnik high heels.

Walking hand-in-hand with Prince Harry, the Duchess wore her long hair down in her signature loose waves and opted for natural, radiant make-up and a slick of nude lipstick.

In other words, this ultra-glamorous ensemble wouldn’t look out of place on the set of Suits.

The new mum first wore the stunning £462 designer dress back in November 2017 when her engagement to Prince Harry was announced.

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Meghan rewore her £462 engagement video dress with an old favourite coat slung over her shoulders[/caption]

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The Duchess was also pictured wearing her engagement ring for the first time since her Africa tour[/caption]

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Meghan wore the £462 dress for her engagement interview in November 2017[/caption]

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She wore this chic £1118 camel coat in December 2017[/caption]

And for the couple’s first Christmas together at The Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk, Meghan wore the same chic camel coat but tied it up as she braced the cold December weather.

What’s more, this is the first time Meghan has been pictured wearing her engagement ring since the couple returned from their tour of Africa where the Duchess reportedly ditched it in an effort to appear more “low key“.

This is the second time Meghan has attended the WellChild Awards with Prince Harry – after she expertly covered her growing baby bump with a clutch bag just two months before she confirmed she was pregnant with Archie.


The Duchess kept her camel coat draped over her shoulders[/caption]


Meghan’s tortoiseshell bag costs £688[/caption]


The Duchess completed her look with a pair of £562 Manolo Blahnik heels[/caption]

Last year, the Duchess expertly covered her baby bump with a designer clutch bag
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The WellChild Awards are held in London every year to celebrate the inspiring achievements of some of Britain’s most seriously unwell children.

The annual awards also gives back to social care workers and teachers who look after these children and support them.

Prince Harry has been a patron of WellChild since 2007 and it was one of the four charities the couple asked members of the public to donate to after Archie was born in May.

In more Royal Family news, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry fans have praised them for “holding baby Archie so close to their heart” in touching clip.

And Meghan Markle called on women to “stand up for themselves” in an Instagram post – but eagle-eyed fans obsessed over a typo.


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