Meghan Markle wore a stunning navy dress and paired it with $57 clutch
Meghan Markle made a surprise appearance at the Sentebale Polo Cup with Prince Harry recently. She wore a navy dress and carried a $57 clutch to the event.
On July 26, 2018, Meghan and Prince Harry attended the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club for the 2018 Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup.
The former Suits actress sported a navy Carolina Herrera dress and carried a raffia clutch bag for the occasion, as reported by Hello!.
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Meghan paired her dress with some beautiful nude shoes by Aquazzura and accessorized herself with simple diamond earrings.
This is also the first time Meghan wore sunglasses since she became a royal.
She looked incredible with a classic nude lip, smoky eye, long lashes and a sweep of bronzer on her cheeks.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked happy during the event. They were spotted posing for photos with Sentebale Ambassador Nacho Figueras; his wife, Delfina; the charity's CEO, Cathy Ferrier; and its chairman, Johnny Hornby.
The royal couple even shared a very romantic kiss.
The annual Sentebale Polo Cup was created with Harry's Sentebale charity, which raises money for children and young people in Africa who have HIV.
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Harry also sat down with Sentebale's Let Youth Lead advocates, according to the Kensington Palace on July 24, 2018.
"The Duke of Sussex and (Sentebale's Let Youth Lead advocates) discuss the challenges and experiences for young people living with HIV/AIDS," the Palace wrote on Twitter.
During the discussion, Harry told the advocates: "Young people are being listened to, but it's still very much a box-ticking exercise."
"Policy change does not happen without the people that are going to end up inheriting this planet and inheriting their country and inheriting these problems as well."
Harry's participation in fighting the AIDS epidemic would clearly make Diana proud. In the 1980s, the People's Princess became the first royal figure to have contact with an AIDS patient.