MEGHAN Markle dazzled in a beautiful blue Victoria Beckham dress as she arrived at the Endeavour Fund Awards in London this evening.
The Duchess of Sussex looked sensational in the fitted blue dress complete with trendy cap sleeves and a zip running all the way up the back.
The former Suits star paired the vibrant dress with a pair of Jimmy Choo's £495 navy suede heels as she braved the rain with her husband Prince Harry.
Ever the style expert, Meghan completed her look with a matching £655 marble-effect blue clutch bag by British designer Stella McCartney.
In keeping with her sophisticated ensemble, Meghan wore her hair in a sleek low-ponytail and wore a simple hair of gold hoops.
Opting for a radiant face of make-up, the new mum wore a berry-toned lipstick which perfectly offset her brown smokey eye and flick of liquid eyeliner.
The Duchess is a huge fan of Victoria Beckham's designs – having worn the star's dresses for her first Christmas at Sandringham as a royal and for a Commonwealth Service last year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the London awards ceremony which celebrates the achievements of wounded or injured servicemen and women who have taken part on remarkable sporting challenges in the last year.
The couple attended a pre-ceremony reception where they met all the nominees and will both present an award this evening.
- Victoria Beckham Crepe Midi Dress, £977 from My Theresa – buy now
- Jimmy Choo Romy Heels, £450 from Net-a-Porter- buy now
- Stella McCartney Marble Box Clutch, £655 from Net-a-Porter – see here
The Endeavour Fund helps wounded, injured and sick ex-service personnel achieve their ambitions in the fields of sport and adventurous challenges.
Harry and Meghan will help celebrate as four awards will be given: the Recognising Achievement Award, Celebrating Excellence Award, Henry Worsley Award and the new Community Impact Award which recognise the team that has contributed the most to their community
The Duchess of Sussex was earlier today pictured smiling as she left The Goring Hotel in London ahead of her first royal engagement since quitting the Firm.
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