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#Megxiting with style, Meghan wows crowds in UK.
By
Zoe Victoria

11 Mar 2020 - 11:28 AM  UPDATED 11 Mar 2020 - 11:34 AM

Meghan Markle and Harry carried out their final royal engagements in style, with watchers labelling Meghan's outfits as a series of living your best life 'revenge' outfits.

Attending the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, the couple drew a crowd of royal watchers for what many believe will be their last public appearance in the UK before they step down as senior members of the British Royal family.

Meghan stunned in her sartorial choices preferring bold primary colours, in stark contrast to the beige and pastels she had been sporting, as the couple attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music, the Endeavour Fund Awards and an annual Commonwealth Day service.

Endeavour Fund Awards

Meghan dazzled in a brilliant blue, knee length pencil dress at the Endeavour fund awards, with an iconic picture of the couple captured in the rain by Getty Images snapper Samir Hussein.

Mountbatten Festival of Music

The Sussexes then pulled out the matching outfits for their attendance at the Mountbatten Festival of Music. Wearing a bright red dress featuring a cape, Meghan paired the Safiyaa dress with red heels and a clutch. Harry's military uniform colour matched perfectly. 

Commonwealth Day Service

The couple's final royal engagement at the Commonwealth Day service was the showstopper. The mid-length green cape dress was designed by Emilia Wickstead. Meghan paired the dress with a matching green fascinator and a small forest green purse. Eagle-eyed royal watchers also gleefully pointed out that Harry had once again colour matched Meghan, spotting the green lining of his suit jacket. 

In a tweet accompanied by images of the couple attending their final engagements, one commentator said, “Meghan and Harry look like they’re living their absolute best life and I am here for it. A lesson in defining what happiness looks like for you and making the changes necessary to receive it.” 

 

Zoe Victoria is a freelance writer. You can follow her on Twitter @Zoe__V

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