Aunt Meghan Markle has arrived! The Duchess of Sussex attended Prince Louis' christening on Monday, July 9 in one of her most gorgeous ensembles yet — an olive green knee-length dress with a matching hat and pumps. Only Meg could pull off a monochromatic look like this!
Multiple outlets have reported that the boatneck, three quarter length sleeve frock was designed by Ralph Lauren and the hat was designed by Stephen Jones. We're used to seeing Meghan wearing neutral tones, so her second brighter-colored ensemble in the past few days (who could forget her bright yellow dress last week) was quite the treat.
The 36-year-old looked beautiful as she arrived at St. James's Palace in London alongside her new husband, Prince Harry, as well as Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Prince Charles, and Camilla Parker Bowles earlier today. Even though Meghan is not Louis' godmother (Kate and William chose six friends and family members instead), she still attended the special event with a big smile on her face.
Kate also looked beautiful for her third baby's baptism. The 36-year-old wore a white gown designed by Alexander McQueen with a white headband and a pair of nude pumps. But it was the man of honor who looked the most dapper on his special day!
Prince Louis followed royal tradition and wore the same christening gown as his siblings George and Charlotte. "Today Prince Louis wore a replica of the Royal Christening Robe which was made in 1841 for the Christening of Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal. The gown was subsequently worn by Prince Louis' great-grandmother The Queen, grandfather The Prince of Wales, and his father The Duke of Cambridge at their Christenings," Kensington Palace captioned a pic of Kate holding Louis. The royal family sure does have style!
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