Meghan Markle radiates elegance in cream top and flared trousers as she joins Prince Harry at Invictus event
Meghan and Prince Harry traveled to Dusseldorf after staying the night in Windsor on September 5, not very far from the Cambridges
DUSSELDORF, GERMANY: Meghan Markle looked every inch elegant and beamed with joy as she joined her husband, Prince Harry, for an Invictus Games event on Tuesday, September 6. For the event, the Duchess of Sussex reportedly chose to wear a simple yet classic outfit as she donned LA-based designer Anine Bing’s $281 (£245) cream knitted halterneck style top, which she paired with $1,195 (£1,040) beige flared wool blend pants by Brandon Maxwell.
To complete her look, Meghan tied her hair into a bun and went for a natural makeup that included eyeliner, blush and lip gloss. The mother-of-two was also seen wearing a pair of stud earrings, a $7,000 Cartier Tank Française watch, and $6,550 Cartier Love bracelet. As per reports, this was not the first time Meghan wore Bing and Maxwell’s works. Both of them are believed to have become two of her favorite designers lately, the Daily Mail reported.
The Sussexes reportedly traveled to Dusseldorf after staying in Windsor on September 5 night not very far away from the Cambridges. But the pair did not meet the working senior royals amid the reports of ongoing feud between them. Before going to the Germany function to mark the one-year countdown to the 2023 Games, Harry and Meghan attended the One Young World Summit in Manchester, England.
Wearing a beautiful red outfit for the Monday, September 5 event, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex said, “It is very nice to be back in the UK.” She went on to say, “The resounding spirit I believe you will hear is that you are the future. But I would like to add to that, that you are also the present. You are the ones driving the positive and necessary change needed across the globe now, in this very moment, and for that I am so grateful to be in your company today.”
Sharing her own past experience at Bridgewater Hall, the 41-year-old noted, “It was several years ago in 2014 that I was first invited to be a counselor at One Young World summit and in many ways at the time I was probably a lot like each of you; young, ambitious, advocating for the things that I deeply and profoundly believed in. And also, looking around and wondering 'How on earth did I get here?' before adding, “But One Young World saw in me what I wanted to see fully in myself. They saw in me, just as I see in you, the present and the future and I reiterate that point because oftentimes we speak to young adults about the years ahead, about what you'll do, what you'll have to adopt, to fix from previous generations, and also what legacy you will leave. But too often in that, we neglect the point that you're doing it now. You here, in this present moment, this is where it's all beginning.”
Meanwhile, for the Invictus Games event, the Duke of Sussex addressing the people, declared as reported by BBC: “From what I've witnessed today already, I have a good sense of how we will bring the motto of these games - A Home For Respect - to life. It is my belief that showing respect and appreciation is just as important as experiencing respect and appreciation. That's the spirit we're bringing to Dusseldorf.”