Meghan Markle is undoubtedly a street-style icon. While we usually covet her red carpet looks and cocktail ensembles, her latest look is particularly good.
The Duchess of Sussex, along with her husband, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex attended the Invictus Games reception in The Hague, Netherlands, on Friday, April 15. For the international sporting event which supports the wounded, injured, and sick, servicemen, Meghan Markle stunned the crowd in an all-white Valentino double-button suit with a matching chain handbag from the same luxury Italian label.
The mom-of-two continued the white theme outfit look with a pair of Aquazzura heels, which according to the reports are the same shoes she wore for her wedding to Harry. She is seen adding a high-octane glamor to the look with a beaming smile while waving to onlookers as her signature long brown hair loosely cascades down the shoulders.
Harry and Meghan’s appearance in Hague comes just a day after the British royals reportedly paid a surprise secret visit to Queen Elizabeth II, whom they have not met for more than two years since they moved to the US. It’s also their first joint visit to Europe since they stepped back from their royal roles in 2020. Their two children, son Archie and daughter Lilibet Mountbatten, were not in the photos, indicating the kids were left back in the US.
However, we are loving this double-button suiting on Meghan Markle. In fact, she’s giving us a masterclass on how to nail the white suit look and if you haven’t tried it, let the Duchess inspire you.
The Invictus Games was founded Duke of Sussex in 2014. As per Wikipedia, Harry took the inspiration during his ‘visit to the Warrior Games in the USA, where he witnessed the ability of sport to help both psychologically and physically.’ The 2022 Invictus Games will start today April 16 to run through April 22. The sporting event will see teams of injured military personnel and veterans from 20 countries—including Ukraine, South Korea, Estonia, Canada, Australia, Poland, Iraq, and the United States compete in athletics, archery, wheelchair basketball, cycling, powerlifting, and swimming, sitting volleyball, and indoor rowing.