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Duchess Meghan looked stunning in a dazzling outfit on her Birthday

Ksenia Novikova
Aug 08, 2018
11:05 A.M.
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Duchess Meghan celebrated her 37th birthday by attending a friend's wedding and stealing the show.

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Duchess Meghan celebrated her 37th birthday in a very unusual way, She accompanied her husband Prince Harry to a wedding in which he was participating as the best man, reported The Daily Mail

It was the wedding of one of Charlie van Straubenzee, one of Prince Harry's oldest friend whom he met at Ludgrove Prep School. Straubenzee married Daisy Jenks at St Mary the Virgin Church in Frensham, Surrey,

Straubenzee had been one of Prince Harry's ushers for this wedding to Duchess Meghan on the 19th of May 2018 at Windsor, where his brother Prince William stood as his best man.

The Duchess was looking stunningly elegant as always, and she stole the show in an unusual dress. 

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The couple arrived at the wedding separately, since Prince Harry was the best man and had to travel with the groom's party.

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As the Duchess stepped out of her car at the church, photographers noted that she has forgotten to do up the topmost button of her dress, allowing a discreet glimpse of sensual black lace.

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The Duchess wore a dark navy dress, which had trimmings of lilac, pink and green. The skirt was long and pleated and the bodice displayed tiny cap sleeves.

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She wore elegant high heels by Aquazzura with bows at the back and finished off her look with a stunning fascinator to match. The Duchess' gown is a creation by Club Monaco designers.

As the Royal couple walked out of the church after the ceremony, they once more broke royal by holding hands.

This is a very different scenario from last year, when Duchess Meghan also spent her birthday with Prince Harry and the two took a dream-like romantic trip to Botswana, far away from public scrutiny.

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