The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended WellChild 2018 award ceremony

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended WellChild 2018 award ceremony held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel located in the center of London. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrated the courage shown by seriously ill young people at the annual WellChild Awards. Prince Harry and Meghan met with children, parents, carers and celebrity supporters. Since 2007, the Duke of Sussex has been the patron of WellChild which is the national charity for seriously ill children and their families. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a pre-ceremony reception and met with the young winners of each award category and their families, and the nominated healthcare professionals. Among the winners of this year's awards, there is seven-year-old Matilda Booth who is from Sowerby Bridge in West Yorkshire, has spina bifida and is paralysed from the chest down and has had more than 40 operations.
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia blazer and wool Pants, Deitas Coco shantung camisole, Aquazzura pumps, carries Stella McCartney Bag
Meghan Markle wore Altuzarra Acacia One-Button Blazer and High-Waist Boot-cut Wool Pants
Altuzarra Acacia Blazer and Wool Pants
Meghan Markle wore Deitas Coco Shantung camisole
Deitas Coco Shantung Camisole
Meghan Markle wore Aquazzura Simply Irresistible pumpsMeghan Markle carried Stella McCartney Shaggy Deer Faux Leather Crossbody Bag
                                       Aquazzura Pumps                                      Stella McCartney Bag

36 comments:

  1. Black is her colour :-))

    Perfect suit for Meghan. Perfect look. I love all of it, the top with the straight neckline, the purse and - in this case- even the heels :-)) It is absolutlely Meghan's style and she looks so confident when she wears her!! style.

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  2. Are english royals 'allowed' to wear trousers at this kind of event? I think she is breaking protocol

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    1. Omg stop with the breaking of protocol. This has been debated ad nauseam and she is NOT breaking protocol. This protocol is the imagination of the press. She is totally appropriate. It is 2018 and the BRF has evolved. This event is NOT on behalf of the Queen. It is a charity of Harry's. They have leeway with these events. When she is representing the QUEEN she will dress for that event. Otherwise she can dress to her style ...but appropriate for her status >> no cleavage no painted on looking clothes nothing vulgar
      She is fine.
      I wish ppl would read up on this protocol issue as it has been discussed over and over since she hit the scene. Remember she is not to be Queen. She can be more relaxed. She would never do anything to upset the Queen and has showed complete respect and has not had a mis step at all.
      Give her a break for God's sake.
      This question is growing...weary

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    2. How do you know there is no protocol? Is there anything official in writing which says so?

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    3. It has been written about all day every day since she married him. Try Google or read some blogs or see what royal writers are saying about this. There is some protocol obviously... like no shorts at a dinner ....common sense. But again she is NOT REPRESENTING THE QUEEN. She is appropriate.
      Read up on this subject. Every royal authority I know or follow say this is all "silly and not true". They are the experts here. Not the general public who like to spin their own view.

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    4. Every royal authority has said repeatedly that she is not breaking any rules. Try to google it. She is not representing the Queen. She is dressed appropriately. Most are tired of this constant need to say she is breaking rules. Nonsense. Yes Tatiana there are rules...obviously for some events. State events. Representing the Queen events. She did not wear pants to any event she has attended in the past that was for the Queen. She is not an idiot. She knows when she needs to be dressed differently.
      Bottom line? She is NOT representinf Queen or country. No breach of anything.

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    5. Thanks Diane!!! Completely agree...further she has assistants do you think they wouldn't tell her if she was breaking protocol??? This has to stop

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    6. Yes it does haydensavoy! Some just want to find fault for any little thing. As I have said before I do not think it is always about her clothes or her bun but rather that is used to deflect the real reasons 》 actress, American, divorcee, and the big whammy .....biracial .....
      Shame on them

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    7. Good on Meghan if she is breaking British Royal protocol, some aspects British
      "protocol" really needs to dragged into the 21st century.

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    8. Protocol is not the problem here and of course people are having opinion when she looks like working with funerals among sick children.
      Representing Queen or not-who cares...she obviously can not put her self in other peoples situation,cause this dress is soooo wroooong.Think the dress in a nother colour and it would have been perfect.
      Many hospitals for children have colourful walls and other.
      Black is not right to wear in this situation.What is Meghan thinking with?

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  3. Meghan looks chic, lovely and happily engaged. Particularly like the photo of her next to the Altazurra models. She has a terrific silhouette.

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  4. Meghan and Larry look very good and appropriately dressed. The children look happy to meet them.

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  5. There aren’t any protocols folks. Stop imagining things. Just because Her Majesty doesn’t wear pant suits, doesn’t mean anything.

    I just love how Megan keeps honest to herself. I am sure that applies not just to her sartorial choices. Her true self is the one that Harry fell in love with and not some imaginary ‘princess’.

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    1. Amen! I am sick to death about the ongoing protocol. If ppl would READ on it they could stop TALKING about it every time she shows up. Annoying.

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    2. Agree! I recall a great deal of fuss and hand wringing about her sitting with her legs crossed yet in a recent photo the Princess Royal was sitting the same way - next to her mother!

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  6. Very classy ensemble. She looks wonderful in black. Hair isn't a total mess.

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  7. She looks fabulous and happy. There are no rules about wearing trousers - Diana did it and Sophie has done it for a start.

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  8. Too dark to my taste to event with sick children.

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    1. Totally agree! Even if it's a perfect look and looking gorgeous...

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    2. i agree its depressing wearing black all the time! wear some color to cheer the kids please!

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    3. A lovely event that really seems to be the highlight of the children's' day. Everyone is dressed up for the visit. The look that the little girl in the wheelchair gives Harry makes you smile. The lady mayor (wearing the necklace) and the lady in the gown who seems to be an official also wear black.

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    4. Why? It seems to have had a festive character. Everybody is dressed up, some of the ladies and even some of the older kids wear dark colours, the men wear black or dark blue suits?

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    5. Beth, my first thought was, was it a funeral of a child.

      And I do like how she looks, but it would have been a perfect outfit to some other event IMO.

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  9. Perfect silhouette, well fitted, classic style and suits her well. But I agree that it´s too dark, and not just for this event. Black is great, but ONLY black is both boring and a bit depressing. The same entire outfit in white or any pastel colour had been a highlight (pun intended).

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  10. She looks wonderful: elegant and stylish.
    And she is really good with people - she and Harry make a great team.

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  11. Thanks you. Amazing and util post.

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  12. Love her outfit and hairdo, reminds me on their wedding-day. Nothing overdone, all in place, being her true self. Not outshining "wellchild" ..they both take everything very seriously.

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  13. Welcome back Beth & Diane B, you’ve both been sorely & surely missed. A more imp chat should be about why trousers or pant suits are not a part of “the official protocol.” If the BRF wants to modernize its functions and relevance, then it’d allow for changes that reflect women’s reality.

    To those who thinks D of Suss is from Compton, I say home grrrl rocks this look. She’s ghetto chic & fabulous! Sexy and hotter than Hades.

    I wish D of Cam would wear pant suits. She has the build and often end up doing something physical. At those times she changes into skinny jeans. All the EU queens and crown princesses have worn trousers, and pant suits. Even Queen Rania has rocked trousers and pants.

    Change is gonna come ladies. I’m for it all. I do hope, like other EU royals, Meghan and Catherine will also partner with the UN and do international advocacy. However, I’ll keep future responses solely about fashion and related discussions.

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    1. "Ghetto chic" seriously?
      I understand you're trying to say something positive, but wow that comment is just so ridiculously inappropriate and racist.

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    2. I'm with you. This is the kind of 'hip' slang that is unacceptable. Kate could wear this suit without that comment being seen. Not necessary.

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    3. No one is born hating another person. Hating is a choice.

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  14. El traje me gusta, es muy elegante y le sienta bien, pero para visitar a estos niños hubiera preferido un atuendo de colores claros. Esos detalles son importantes y todo suma para transmitir alegría.

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  15. When meeting children a black dress is so wrong colour and among sick ones to.
    Death and funeral is something you have to deal with under these circumstances when you are very sick,so this dress is not right at all.
    The Dutchess need to think a bit more when dark colour is more propriated to wear.
    A very odd choice again.

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