Glam goodbye! Meghan Markle looked exquisite in a navy dress by Scanlan Theodore for her final royal engagement. The Duchess of Sussex had a private meeting at Buckingham Palace with a group of scholarship students on March 9th. The ACU brought together 22 inspirational scholars from across the Commonwealth who are studying and researching important areas surrounding cleaning up plastic pollution in oceans, helping to build more sustainable cities, improving health outcomes for citizens, and supporting decent work and economic growth.

Meghan met with the young scholars in a 30-minute meeting on Monday around lunchtime before shedding tears as she said goodbye to some of her staff and heading to Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day Service. For the occasion, she dressed to impress in a crepe knit navy cravat dress by Aussie brand Scanlan Theodore.

The duchess last wore the brand in Australia where she donned a burgundy peplum jacket and Shaun Leane talon earrings.

Meghan’s bodycon dress features a self necktie for a bit of feminine flair The cap sleeve dress is made of Italian knit crepe fabric. MARKLE-SCANLAN-THEODORE-2020

 

Meghan also donned Sophie Ellis Fallen Star hoop earrings.

The Sussex Royal Instagram account offered a video of the palace meeting.

The California born brunette finished her look with navy Aquazzura Purist 105 pumps.

She also carried an unidentified navy clutch.

A similar style to Meghan’s dress is available at Nordstrom. Shop HERE


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