Meghan Markle looked stunning in an emerald-green cape dress as she joined Prince Harry for their final royal engagement at the Commonwealth Day service.
Meghan Markle made a bold statement for her final public appearance as a royal when she arrived wearing a monochromatic cape dress for the annual Commonwealth Day service.
With Prince Harry on her arm as she looked stunning in an emerald-green dress by Emilia Wickstead. Sticking to British designers since her return to England she chose a hat by William Chambers.
Looking ready to fly off into the next chapter in her life, the cape on Meghan's dress hung to one side and showed off her perfectly tailored dress, which was mid-length and had long sleeves.
She accessorized with a complementing mini bag by Gabriela Hearst. Adding a touch of flair to her green ensemble, she wore a pair of nude stiletto heels by Aquazzura.
Meghan kept her make-up looking natural with a light blush, nude glossy lip. When the Duchess wasn't showing off her beaming smile, a bright a bold blue eye shadow could be seen behind her thick lashes.
She completed her look with a pair of petal-shaped diamond earrings and also showed off her 5-carat wedding ring worth almost $350 000.
Meghan Markle arrived at the annual Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9, 2020, in London, England | Source: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images
Since reuniting earlier in the week for their final engagements, Meghan and Harry had been trending on social media for their closely coordinated outfits that the Twitterverse has dubbed #couplesgoals.
Harry arrived in a blue suit that had an emerald-green material sewn into the inner seams of his suit jacket, which revealed itself as he walked briskly with his wife.
The couple's body language wasn't the only thing that was closely coordinated. According to Daily Mail, their body language spoke volumes to what media had called an "awkward reunion" with the royal family. Body langue expert, Judi James explained:
"It wasn't the warm reunion that we were all hoping for. The tension in Harry's body language especially was palpable."
After Harry and Meghan made an awkward wave to Prince William and Kate Middleton in their first public appearance together since November, Harry and Meghan later shared an affectionate moment as they exited in their vehicle.
It is reported, the two clasped hands, and they waved to the public for the final time as senior members of the royal family.