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The Duchess of Sussex wears Prada dress to palace party with the Queen

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 29, 2018
09:14 A.M.
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Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, went for a different fashion brand for her latest look on Tuesday. Instead of wearing her trusted brand, Givenchy, the new Royal chose Prada.

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The Duchess showed why she was nominated for a Teen Choice Style Award with a pale pink dress. She paired her look with a Prada clutch according to People

On Tuesday night Duchess Meghan, 36, attended the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards in Buckingham Palace. There she joined the Queen and her husband, Prince Harry.

The event was to honor young people across the 52 nations of the Commonwealth who showed leadership and service in their communities. Hundreds of people apply every year and currently, the program has created a community of 240 individuals

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. At this important event, Meghan wore an outfit that was aligned with the Royal dress code and her own taste.

She didn’t go with Givenchy which she had worn on her first solo outing with the Queen, to the Royal Ascot and on her wedding day. Instead, she wore a pale pink cap-sleeve midi dress with a double-breasted belted bodice and chic buttons.

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She added black pointy-toe Aquazzura heels and a pair of sheer nude stockings. Her look was completed by a black Prada clutch.

The Duchess chose to wear her hair in a soft, bouncy center-parted blowout. Her outfit was more reserved than the Queen’s one.

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Queen Elizabeth II, 92, arrived in a yellow-and-green floral dress accessorized with pearls, black shoes, and bag. The event brought together young leaders from 38 Commonwealth countries.

These were young people who are working to improve the lives of people across a diverse range of issues. They include mental health, access to education, gender equality, food scarcity, and climate change.

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At the event, the Queen awards the recipients with medals then hosts a reception at Buckingham Palace. Last year's awards saw a dinner following at London's Australia House, which Prince Harry attended.

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This program was launched in 2014 to honor the Queen's service to the Commonwealth. It is ending this year but Harry, 33, said that its legacy will carry on.

Meghan and Harry weren't the only celebrities at the event as David Beckham also attended.

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