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Meghan Markle catches the eyes in a sexy cobalt blue outfit at Military Charity Gala

Manuela Cardiga
Sep 11, 2018
09:14 A.M.
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The Duchess of Sussex dazzled in a colorful new outfit

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The Duchess of Sussex has been acknowledged as one of the most elegant, best-dressed women in the world, and one of the most influential.

Her inimitable style - elegant and sophisticated - has been making headlines since her marriage to Prince Harry on the 19th of May 2018.

On the 6th of September 2018, Duchess Meghan attended the 100 Days of Peace concert at Central Hall Westminster in London, England, with her husband.

Though the Duchess had worn primarily black to recent events, she stepped out at the concert in a dazzling blue dress, and the photos were posted on Twitter by Kensington Palace.

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A cobalt-blue designer dress fit for a Duchess

Duchess Meghan, 37, wore a cobalt-blue sheath dress by Jason Wu, that showed off her elegant figure. The dress was calf length, with an intricate cut and subtle ruffling at the neckline.

She wore matching cobalt-blue slingback heels by Aquazzura and carried a small rectangular navy-blue clutch bag Her shoes had cristal-incrusted straps that added a subtle glamour to her every step.

Read more about Duchess Meghan on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.

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A perfect look for the lovely Meghan

The Duchess' raven tresses were loose and softly curled, framing her face flatteringly.

Her makeup was very discreet, consisting of light brown eyeshadow, soft blush, and a nude lipstick. She looked fresh-faced and glowing, and Prince Harry was most attentive, stealing looks at his beautiful bride constantly.

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Supporting charity and honoring veterans

The Duke of Sussex was not to be ignored and he looked dashingly handsome in a beautifully tailored navy suit with a white button-up shirt and an olive-green tie.

The 100 Days to Peace Gala is a charity concert marking the 100th anniversary of the final 100 days of World War I. The program benefits veterans support organizations such as Help for Heroes, Combat Stress, and Heads Together.

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