There was great desire to see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at a public event after the coronation of King Charles III of England. Prince Harry made an appearance at the ceremony held at Westminster Abbey, but Meghan Markle preferred to stay at home with her two children and go hiking with some friends.
Ten days after this historic moment, the couple reappeared in public to attend a very important event for Meghan. The actress received the Women of Vision award for her work as a “feminist, defender of human rights and gender equality and a global role model.” An event that was held at the Ziegfield Ballroom in New York and that was also attended by the Duchess’s mother, Doria Ragland.
Markle became the star of these awards with a Hollywood diva style. the protagonist of suit debuted a gold metallic jacquard dress by Johanna Ortiz that stood out for its opening in the neckline and its front opening in the skirt.
A design that can currently be purchased at a discount, cost 1,805 euros and is now available for 722 euros, which incorporates removable straps that Meghan chose not to wear to achieve a flattering strapless neckline with a sweetheart silhouette.
She accompanied the outfit with bronze animal print sandals by Tom Ford, valued at 1,318 euros, and a Carolina Herrera handbag that Queen Letizia also has. This is the Metropolitan Insignia model (690 euros) in yellow and embroidered.
The actress finished off the look with hoop-shaped earrings from J.Crew and a bracelet with which she winked at Prince Harry’s mother. In addition to her Love de Cartier bracelet, the duchess wore the diamond bracelet that belonged to Lady Di and that her husband gave her on the occasion of her wedding.