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See: Meghan Markle's Last Outfits As The Duchess of Sussex

Everything she wore and where to buy them!

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were in London for a brief while to bid their final farewells and to mark their last royal appearances. The couple kept a low profile since moving to Canada after they broke the news of wanting to be more "financially independent" back in January. 


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex began their final slate of royal duties with their attendance at the Endeavor Fund, a charity founded by the royal family to support and award the military men and women that have served their country. The couple arrived in an almost matchy-matchy blue ensemble.


For Meghan, it was modern, understated chic with this fresh turquoise mid-dress from Victoria Beckham. She completed the look with a Stella McCartney blue marbled clutch, a BB Tora heel pump from Manolo Blahnik, and a Jessica McCormack rose gold and diamond bracelet


This is consistent with Meghan, who, since joining the royal family, has supported up-and-coming British designers—from the contemporary Wales Bonner to her favorite Stella McCartney, and of course the house of Burberry.


Her next appearance was for the Mountbatten Music Festival. Celebrated at the Royal Albert Hall, the festival serves as a fundraiser for the Royal Marines Association.


Here, Meghan wore a Safiyaa red caplet gown to match with her beau’s red uniform filled with his royal medals. She slipped on her Stuart Weitzman suede pumps for that extra power stance and accessorized with a pair of crystal beaded earrings from Simone Rocha and a satin jewel buckle clutch from Manolo Blahnik.


Attending their last royal appearance at the annual Commonwealth Service in London, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marched towards the Westminster Abbey holding hands whilst clad in their eye-catching ensembles.


Meghan for the very last time as a royal, stunned in her regal outfit featuring a bespoke emerald green Emily Wickstead dress, a Gabriela Hearst satin tote bag, a bespoke William Chambers fascinator, a pair of diamond earrings from Birks, and her Aquazzura purist pump


Their #Megxit was for sure one for the books. It was truly an emotional moment but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made sure to end their royal duties with a positive, and quite stylish, note.