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Meghan Markle sends a message with final royal fashion choices

Over the previous week, Meghan Markle made her final official appearances as a senior member of the royal household, clad in a sequence of colourful outfits that couldn’t be missed.

Throughout her return to the UK with Prince Harry, the 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex kicked off her modern farewell tour in a brilliant blue Victoria Beckham gown on the Endeavour Fund Awards, and later matched in head-to-toe purple with her husband, 35, on the Mountbatten Music Competition.

Meghan Markle (in Victoria Beckham) and Prince Harry at the Endeavour Fund Awards
Meghan Markle (in Victoria Beckham) and Prince Harry on the Endeavour Fund AwardsWireImage

And for her final official look alongside the remainder of the royal household on the Commonwealth Day service, Markle selected a daring inexperienced Emilia Wickstead gown — full with a cape and matching hat — that asserted her standing as a fashion superhero.

These vibrant and vivid appears to be like had been a sharp departure from the everyday neutral-toned outfits the Duchess has relied on all through her time as a member of the monarchy and appeared to trace at her (actually) brilliant future.

As a royal, Markle was criticized for all the things from her necklines to her nail polish; as soon as she and Harry step down from their roles on March 31, she’ll be capable to gown as she pleases.

The Sussexes additionally coordinated their outfits for the engagements they attended as a couple, with Prince Harry donning a navy go well with and lightweight blue tie to match his spouse’s gown on the Endeavour Fund Awards and selecting a go well with with a brilliant inexperienced lining for Commonwealth Day.

It served as a delicate — to not point out trendy — method for the pair to current a united entrance and present solidarity as they bid royal life goodbye.

Meghan Markle in Safiyaa at the Mountbatten Music Festival (L) and in Emilia Wickstead at Commonwealth Day Service (R)
Meghan Markle in Safiyaa on the Mountbatten Music Competition (left) and in Emilia Wickstead on the Commonwealth Day service (proper)Getty Photos

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