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Meghan Markle made her Royal Ascot debut today and the Duchess looked simply breathtaking. We can’t even begin to imagine just how nervous she felt at the event, especially as it is one of the Queen’s favourites.


The eyes of the world were on the Duchess of Sussex as she attended the event alongside her husband Prince Harry. Today actually marks the lovebirds one month wedding anniversary, and they certainly picked the perfect event to celebrate it.



The former Suits star wore a crisp white Givenchy dress and a Philip Treacy hat to the event. It seems like Givenchy is becoming Meghan’s go to designer for major royal engagements.


She recently donned another Givenchy dress during her first royal engagement with Queen Elizabeth in Cheshire.



Meghan also dazzled in a simple, but stunning Givenchy gown at her wedding back in May.


It’s clear that her sense of style has changed since becoming a member of the royal family, but Meghan still manages to look beautiful despite the change.



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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex presented jockey Frankie Dettori with the winning trophy following the 4.20pm race, the St James' Palace Stakes.


Harry and Meghan looked as smitten as ever as they enjoyed the celebrations at the iconic horse racing event. The pair are certainly enjoying every moment of married life.


The newlyweds were joined by the Earl and Countess of Wessex, Prince Charles and Camilla, Princess Anne and of course Queen Elizabeth at Royal Ascot.




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