Meghan Markle attended Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday celebrations recently and as tradition dictates, the Trooping the Colour parade was held at the Buckingham Palace.
The Duchess of Sussex made her debut alongside husband Prince Harry, in a lovely pale pink two-piece set. Designed by Caroline Herrera, the creation included an off-the-shoulder button top and a midi skirt. She accessorised it with a white and gold clutch from Herrera, Plaisirs de Birks opal-and-gold earrings and rose gold stackable diamond rings from Birks. Flaunting an attractive hat from Philip Treacy, the 36-year-old swapped her signature messy bun with a shiny blowout. We think she oozed elegance in her attire.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton arrived at the parade with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. Donning the cool blue tones of an Alexander McQueen number, the Duchess of Cambridge looked pretty. Her outfit was accessorised with baubles from Kiki McDonough and a rather prominent hat from Juliette Botterill.
While Markle opted for the romantic shade, Middleton’s look was more formal. We think the American takes the cake this time, especially with her striking fascinator doing all the talking.
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