For the event, Meghan wore a black Givenchy dress with billowing sheer sleeves which featured a thigh-high slit and fitted bodice.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended the Coach Core Awards at Loughborough University, and while the Duchess made headlines during the event for masterfully throwing a ball while in heels, royal fans have noticed another subtle style moment that has them convinced the royal couple is about to share some major news. She wore her hair down and straight.
According to the Daily Mail, the Duchess was welcomed to the event with a powhiri, after which she performed a hongi with hosts that included our high commissioner in the United Kingdom, former Governor General Sir Jerry Mateparae and his wife Janine. Place-making will explore the settlement of communities and Encounter will focus on trade and exchange in Pacific cultures.
Vikings Concerned About Well-Being Of DE Griffen, Who Is On Leave
That man had called Griffen's wife and he brought Griffen home but told police upon arrival that he "didn't feel safe at all". The Minnetrista police report said members of the Vikings organization felt Griffen was acting out of anger and erratically.
Meghan and Harry are due to tour Australia, Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand in October.
Her Royal Highness will also meet the exhibition's curators and artists as well as descendants linked to the works displayed and view a short performance of Ngāti Rānana, a Māori cultural group.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex jetted to the Netherlands for a three-day party celebrating the opening of exclusive private club Soho House's latest outpost.
The Oceania exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts will open to the public from 29 September to 10 December.