Just one month after their highly publicized nuptials at Windsor Castle, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made their Royal Ascot debut as husband and wife in Berkshire, England, Tuesday for the horse race’s opening day.
Attending the event, which began in 1768, the actress-turned-duchess showed off a sleek monotone ensemble featuring a white belted shirt-style dress from Givenchy — the same house that designed her wedding gown — paired with simple pointy black leather pumps.
It’s not much of a surprise to see Markle wearing another frock from Givenchy’s U.K.-born creative director, Clare Waight Keller, as she also stepped out in a dress from the designer for her first solo appearance alongside Queen Elizabeth II last week.
Topping off her British look was a sculptural black and white hat featuring a translucent trim from famous Irish milliner Philip Treacy. The 36-year-old Duchess of Sussex also carried a coordinating black leather clutch bag for the horse race.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry complemented his lady in a dapper black top hat, a three-piece suit complete with a blue printed tie and pinstripe pants.
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