Meghan Markle wears £1.7k outfit for Veterans’ Day appearance with Prince Harry

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have had a busy week, attending several panels and red carpet events. Most recently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were photographed celebrating Veteran’s Day at an army base in New Jersey. 

Having been in New York previously, the royal couple travelled to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey. 

Together they met with service members from all six branches of the military and hosted a luncheon for service members and their spouses.

For the occasion, Meghan had chosen a black Giorgio Armani faux-wrap dress, which is priced at  $1,695, equivalent to £1,264. 

The dress, which is made from a stretch jersey features a “flattering draping and surplice neckline”. 

It has an A-line silhouette with long sleeps and features shoulder pads and a seamed waist. 

It is made in Italy and available to buy from Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. 

The dress matched the Giorgio Armani heels on Meghan’s feet. 

The “velvety leather court shoe with Giorgio Armani’s signature asymmetrical top line” retail at $675, equivalent £503.50. 

She accessorised the look with a poppy, her Cartier watch and bracelet and another bracelet by Jennifer Meyer.

Her hair was styled in loose waves and she kept her makeup minimal. 

Harry, on the other hand, wore a light grey suit, white shirt and poppy. 

During their visit, topics of conversation included mental health, the value of community and living a life of service.

Prince Harry, who spent 10 years in the British Army until 2015 when he retired, and who had also completed two tours of Afghanistan, spoke about the isolation service members often feel when they return home. 

He also stressed the importance of supporting veterans. 

“My experience in the military made me who I am today, and I will always be grateful for the people I got to serve with — wherever in the world we were,” Harry said. 

“But in war, you also see and experience things you hope no one else has to.

“These stay with us, sometimes like a slideshow of images.”

Last year, the couple marked Veterans’ Day with a solo trip to Los Angeles National Cemetery, laying flowers on the military graves.

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