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Meghan makes debut at Royal Ascot with Prince Harry

20 June 2018
Meghan makes debut at Royal Ascot with Prince Harry

While Thomas hasn't met Harry in person, he has spoken to him, issuing the prince a warning when he called Thomas to ask for permission to marry Markle.

In 2017, Middleton went on to repeat her look by wearing a similar lace dress, this time in white with a high-neckline by Alexander McQueen.

Meghan and Harry arrived in the royal carriage procession alongside Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

Their latest: attending the Royal Ascot for opening day- and presenting the winning trophy for the St. James' Palace Stakes this afternoon, won by Italian jockey Frankie Dettori and champion horse Without Parole.

But Meghan is diving in heard-first, keen to experience a day at the races with her new extended family. The couple attended the wedding of Princess Diana's niece Celia McCorquodale where Meghan stunned in a long-sleeved blue and white paisley wrap dress and white fascinator at the wedding of Princess Diana's niece.

In My Fair Lady, Cockney flower-seller Eliza Doolittle - played by Audrey Hepburn - wears a frilly white gown with black and white bows and matching hat as she accompanies Professor Henry Higgins to Ascot while he attempts to teach her to speak properly.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will make their first official trip overseas to Ireland next month. All eyes, however, were on the Duchess of Sussex.

Queen Elizabeth looked picture ideal in one of her many go-to bright hues in a sunny lemon yellow. Markle made her debut appearance at the event in Ascot, Berkshire, UK, on Tuesday looking as glamorous as ever. She also chose to hold her name tag rather than wear it, as Kate Middleton had worn during her Royal Ascot debut in 2016.

Prince Charles travelled behind her with Camilla Duchess of Cornwall and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.

"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Dublin, Ireland on 10th & 11th July". Speaking about their visit, where a group of schoolchildren performed, Andrew Curphey from the Andrew Curphey Theatre Company said: "The Queen said she thoroughly enjoyed it and it was lovely to see the history of the bridge on the videos".