Meghan Markle’s Third Outfit In Five Hours Is Literally A Wedding Dress
By Phoebe Parke Posted on 25 Oct 2018
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal tour shows no signs of slowing down as the couple arrive in Tonga. Meghan Markle started the day in a £1,300 Jason Wu crepe sheath dress before leaving Fiji, she arrived in Tonga in a £400 Self Portrait dress which, despite still having the label on, was a major hit.
The Duchess of Sussex then slipped into something more, well, expensive, for a reception dinner to meet the King of Tonga, marking the official start to the Fijian leg of the royal tour.
She wore a cap sleeve beaded satin column gown by Theia Couture, who specialise in bridal gowns. To accessorise Meghan added £616 Deneuve Bow Pointy Toe Pumps by one of her favourite shoe brands Aquazzura, Birks Snowflake Snowstorm Earrings and – never one to be seen without a bag - a Givenchy clutch.
Meghan’s simple white dress, messy bun, natural make-up and Prince Harry’s tuxedo weren’t the only nods to the couple’s wedding day, the Duchess also wore Princess Diana’s blue aquamarine ring that we haven’t seen since the royal wedding in May.
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The Duchess previously wore the ring with a Stella McCartney dress at her wedding reception at Frogmore House.
Princess Diana was first seen wearing the bright blue ring at a preview reception for the Christie’s Auction of her own dresses in London, later wearing it again when she visited Sydney in the same year. It seems as though Meghan is not only nailing referential dressing, but referential accessorising too!
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