Prince Harry & Meghan Markle send wedding thank you cards

Angelo Anderson
July 7, 2018

The bold color is a departure from her traditional neutral color ensembles.

While newlyweds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry can't technically escape the chore of sending thank-you cards to wedding guests and well-wishers, it's a safe bet that they have plenty of palace staff to arrange all the envelope licking and fumbling around for mailing addresses.

At every official royal event Meghan has attended since marrying Harry (excluding Celia McCorquodale's wedding which was a private event), other senior royals have been present. Prince Charles is the man who helped Meghan walk down the aisle on her D-day while her father couldn't make it to the ceremony because of his health ailments while Haslam, his peer, criticized the Duchess for belonging to a commoner's family. Ever since donning the dress in which she said "I do" to Prince Harry, she's shown her allegiance to the brand.

The dress "looked white, not cream", Oprah explained.

And speaking of "My Fair Lady", Meghan has already enjoyed her Royal Ascot debut, sharing moments of affection with Prince Harry while sporting a white Givenchy dress, a black belt and a black-and-white hat to fit in with Ascot's traditional color scheme.

And it appears that the Duchess of Sussex, 36, is taking tips from the Queen - who often wears colourful outfits to ensures she stands out in a crowd. But well, her tag of being the Duchess of Sussex is not going to stop her from cheering for her very good friend and ace tennis player Serena Williams who has taken to the court for the first time after giving birth to her first child.

Though Meghan has to abide by certain style rules since joining 'the firm, ' she remains one of the reigning champions in the royal fashion world.

Meghan's look was effortlessly chic.

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