The Duchess of Sussex looked effortlessly chic while wearing a cotton gingham Ashland dress designed by Shoshanna Gruss. The sleeveless summertime dress came down to just below Meghan’s knees, and also featured eyelet details and a sweet bow tied around her waist. The dress, which was previously sold on Neiman Marcus, is sold out.
Harry and his older brother William delighted fans as they took to the field on Saturday, just one day before their late mother Princess Diana‘s birthday, to play for their favorite charities.
The royal brothers both wore white polo shirts with stripes on the side, which they paired with white pants and boots.
William’s wife Kate Middleton and their children were not spotted at the event.
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The annual event likely holds a special place in Meghan and Harry’s heart: Their appearance at the game last year was the first time the couple attended a public event together, and they marked the milestone with a kiss.
Of course, this has been quite the busy week for Meghan and Harry!
After expertly demonstrating the “duchess slant” at numerous royal events in the past, Meghan seemed to innocently forget the pose (at official engagements royal women are supposed to cross their legs at the ankles or put both legs off to the side to maintain poise and posture) when taking her seat beside Harry and the Queen.
At first she accidentally crossed her legs, but she quickly recovered, uncrossing her legs at the knee and slanting them to the side.
Harry — who just returned to the U.K. this week following a private visit to Lesotho, Africa, for his charity Sentebale — and Meghan will tour the Commonwealth countries of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga this fall, the palace confirmed recently.