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Duchess of Sussex stuns in Dior dress at RAF Centenary

Duchess of Sussex stuns in Dior dress at RAF Centenary

The monarch was due to return to London on Monday before a busy schedule of events including a meeting with US President Donald Trump on Friday at her Windsor Castle home.

Other guests at the posh do were Prince Charles and Camilla, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their three youngsters, Prince George, 4, Princess Charlotte, 3 - and of course Prince Louis, eleven weeks.

Also in attendance were Kate's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, her brother James, and the six (yes, six) royal godparents: Nicholas van Cutsem, Guy Pelly, Harry Aubrey-Fletcher, Lady Laura Meade, Mrs. Robert Carter, and Miss Lucy Middleton. "Please join me in praying for him and his family on this special day".

Kate Middleton and Prince William at Prince Louis' christening service.

The newly minted Duchess of Sussex wore a fit-and-flare, bespoke black dress for the 100th anniversary celebrations of the Royal Air Force (RAF), Harper's Bazaar reported. The neckline, which is incredibly similar to her Givenchy wedding dress neckline, suggests the label is once again behind her look.




Markle wore a hat by Stephen Jones and suede Manolo Blahnik stilettos, both within the same colour tones as her Ralph Lauren dress.

A short while later, Meghan appeared to admit she was feeling "nervous" as she made her balcony debut in front of huge crowds who had gathered on The Mall to catch a glimpse of the royals.

The "Fab Four" were also there, arriving together with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in one vehicle, followed by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

It marked a rare public appearance for the Duchess of Cambridge who is remaining largely out of the limelight while on maternity leave following Louis' birth in April.

Attending the service included: Prince Charles, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince Andrew, The Princess Royal, Princess Anne and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.