For the second day in a row, Meghan Markle and Duchess Kate put their best fashion feet forward for the Royal Air Force flypast and service celebrating the organization's 100 anniversary on Tuesday (July 10).
Harry, the Duke of Sussex, also wore his No 1 RAF uniform, with RAF Regiment shoulder flashes, in recognition of Honington - the home of the RAF Regiment - and also for his role as Honorary Air Commandant of the base. Meghan wowed in a black cocktail dress which was teamed with a matching clutch and heels.
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Meghan gave a nod to their host country upon arrival, wearing an emerald green dress by Givenchy, her wedding dress designer, as she and Harry, dressed in a suit, departed the plane. I like that she's still given such a classic look a contemporary twist, by wearing the bun to the side, rather than in the middle of her head.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, leaves after a service at Westminster Abbey to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force, in London.
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More than 2,200 people packed out Westminster Abbey for the service, with dignitaries including Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby attending.
They are due to meet Taoiseach (Irish prime minister) Leo Varadkar and Irish President Michael D Higgins.