Meghan Markle stuns in tight, yellow dress, bringing back her bun and holding hands with Harry
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle attended a reception in London for young people from around the Commonwealth next to her husband, Prince Harry.
For the event, Meghan put on a sleeveless, tight, yellow Brandon Maxwell sheath dress that had a high neckline and a mid-length cut. According to People, it was the first time Meghan put on a yellow gown and a sleeveless number during an official royal outing.
Apart from that, People set clear that it was not common for members of the Royal family to show their arms at public engagements. Finally, it was revealed that it was the most form-fitting design Meghan has worn for an official outing.
Another interesting aspect of Meghan’s style during the reception was that she chose a sleek, center-parted bun, and not the loose waves she had got for recent events.
Harry, who was made the Youth Ambassador for the organization of 53 countries linked to the U.K. in April, opted for a classic look as he wore a navy suit with a blue shirt and a dark tie.
Even though Meghan’s outfit was remarkable, one of the most important aspects noticed by the Royal couple’s fans was that they showed PDA (Public Displays of Affection) when they were arriving at the event.
Harry and Meghan arrive at Marlborough House. pic.twitter.com/D0Ieo8xj2L— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) July 5, 2018
In a video shared on the Twitter account of Richard Palmer, the royal correspondent of Daily Express in London, Harry was seen walking in front of Meghan while holding her hand and talking to a couple of the guests.
According to Myka Meier, who is the founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, there is no protocol prohibiting hand-holding at Royal engagements, However, ‘it’s up to each and every royal and royal couple about how affectionate they are.’
‘Each senior member of the royal family is trusted to make the judgment calls of what’s appropriate and when. It’s all about being trusted to make those calls on their own,’ said Meier.