The Duke and Duchess of Sussex received young leaders from the QCT network at Buckingham Palace

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, President and Vice-President of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT), received young leaders from the QCT network at Buckingham Palace. The group got together for a conversation with The Duke and Duchess in order to talk about issues like mental health, equal opportunities for all, and the importance of supporting youth leadership in addressing global challenges and driving positive change around the world.
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
The group of young leaders from QCT were: Kenny Imafidon, social entrepreneur, activist and QCT Advisor, who helped to host the discussion; Esther Marshall, founder of sTandTall and author of the Sophie Says series; Izzy Obeng, founder of Foundervine; Victor Ugo, founder of Mentally Aware Nigeria; and co-founders of Birmingham-based female empowerment organisation Girldreamer, Kiran Kaur and Amna Akhtar.
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
All of these young leaders work with QCT in various ways, including having their work and experience shared through its digital channels, being connected with peers, funding and resources, and feeding into the strategy and development of QCT.
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry
Meghan Markle wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress. Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace
The Duchess of Sussex wore a new asymmetric plissé-georgette midi dress by Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.
Meghan Markle wore PREEN BY THORNTON BREGAZZI Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress
PREEN BY THORNTON BREGAZZI Glenda asymmetric plissé georgette midi dress

62 Comments

  1. Strange dress. The colour is not good for M.

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    1. If you ask me, the colour is not good for anyone.

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    2. Agree.

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    3. Agree, this color is horrible. And the asymmetrical hem is way too much.
      It has been good to see her hair and makeup looking good this round though.
      Chel

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    4. I agree completely!

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    5. Dress is boring.Harry is so happy;but he worries every time Meghan opens her mouth

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    6. Looks like they tore down some of the drapes to make that dress.
      GR

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  2. Oh, that's a happy prince :)

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    1. Agree and a very beautiful MM!
      :-))

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  3. Not impressed with Harry not knowing how to sit like an adult. Meghan's dress colour is nice, but the style is simply weird.- Ellie

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  4. It’s an interesting dress..and it seems to fit her very well. I like it but I’m not sure about the colour though. It might be a little too orange for her complexion. (V.M.)

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  5. Beautiful, separate dress, the color is very nice.

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  6. Quel plaisir à les voir souriants tous les deux ; j'adore la photo en noir et blanc où nous voyons Harry éclater de rire en tapant dans ses mains et en soulevant ses pieds du sol.. Jolie la robe de Meghan dans cette couleur mais je n'aime pas son asymétrie !

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  7. Style is ridiculous, and the color is not flattering to the D of S. Actually, I can't think of any complexion that the color would flatter.

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  8. Dress is fine except for the irregular hem. Tripping Hazard!

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  9. I like the dress on the model, not sure it suits Meghan however.

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  10. Arrêtez les reportages sur le Duke et la Duchesses de Sussex, il ne les sont plus. Pensez à ce pauvre Harry, ça ne doit pas être facile.

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    1. They will be Duke and Duchess of Sussex also in the future, however, they will not use their HRH /TRH titles any more.
      SB

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    2. Do you think Harry follows newmyroyals?

      They are still Duke and Duchess (singular) of Sussex.

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  11. La couleur de la robe sied parfaitement au teint de Meghan.
    Toutefois,je n aime pas son asymétrie.

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  12. The Duchess of Sussex is a very beautful women and the dress is a beautiful dress, but not as flattering as many other esembeles.

    Sarah P.

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  13. That black-and-white-photo: how old is Harry? Three?

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    1. I can not agree, love this photo and can finally be happy for him, because he is so couraged to go on with his little family.

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    2. I agree Coralie - Harry seems to be trying so hard to be young and hip. It looks forced to me. Sorry, I know this is a fashion blog! On that subject I agree with the person who said the dress looks good on the model but does nothing for Meghan.

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    3. I believe is called joy & empathy, also just a captured moment among many. Me wonders if you find Catherine childish when she plays ball and jumps up and gown with the youngsters... asking for a friend.
      MM

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    4. Anonymous 7:37, no need to wonder. You give the answer to yourself: "when she (Catherine) Plays with the youngsters".
      But here Harry did not attend an event with youngsters or children.

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  14. I think the color looks great on the DoS. I'm not usually a fan of asymmetrical hemlines but it works here. It brings about a relaxedness to the look without trying to hard. By wearing her hair down she evokes the same relaxed fall of the skirt.

    Interesting to see the disparity between the comments made towards the DoS and those made towards Queen Rania, who often wears "fashion forward" ensembles and favors asymmetrical hemlines. From my point of view people don't shy away from voicing criticisms when it comes to the DoS whether it's:

    - "white is not appropriate for this time of year" (whereas the Countess of Wessex gets a pass)
    - "her dress is too tight" ×100 (but the DoCs jeans are often defended)
    - "the irregular hem is a tripping hazard" (Queen Rania regularly wears asymmetrical hems and I'm pretty sure plenty of royal ladies have worn long dresses before)

    It reminds me of tabloids going on about how avocados can help with hyperemesis gravidarum in relation to the DoC but they fuel war and genocide when it comes to the DoS.

    I feel sorry for her and Prince Harry and sincerely hope that the constant barrage of cruel or unnecessary criticism do not make it to their ears. One can only be so strong.

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    1. Right !

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    2. Very thoughtful. Such a difficult fate and nobody of the family who asks how they got on, except the queen is supportive.
      Wish them all the best!!

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    3. A lot of exageration in your analysis, Anna. As far as I did criticism on your so called "white". It was not the colour which was meant, but the summer material and styling. There has been no criticism on the white colour of her jacket the day before! You cannot put on equal footing comments about "too tight in the breast area" and skinny jeans fitting perfectly! Asymetric hems are generally always criticised whoever wears them (however not by me!). Sorry you are on the wrong track Anna. Except that indeed tabloïds seize any opportunity to cover paper with ink.

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    4. A wise and thoughtful comment, Anna! Thank you for that!
      Reka

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    5. Some people point those things out, and some like the styles DoS has worn. If you want to see something, you can find it.

      I happen to not like many of QRania's ensembles. For me they are a little too-fashion forward for my liking. I think DoC is entirely too thin (but she likes it so there you go.) The DoS doesn't get a pass on anything, true, but I don't think the other ladies do either, honestly. The eye of the storm goes from one to the other, since the press is a for-profit enterprise and that's how they make their bucks.

      I think this dress is nice enough, has a relaxed vibe, I am loving her hair down and think they clearly both look happy. I'm "meh" on the color since it doesn't pop quite like the ensembles we just all saw from her (which I thought were stunning,) but I give her points for trying a color not typically worn (same with fabric, cut). Gotta be imaginative.

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  15. Nice color dress, but the way it is styled it is strange. Well I hope they are happy now. So please lets give them their so much wanted Privacy. Good luck to all three of them.

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  16. THe colour ist not becoming on Meghan Markle and I'm not sure, if this asymmetric number is meanwhile a "dead horse". Hair is nice. Frieda

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  17. he clothes are nasty. Poor cut, bad color ...
    Another is important: I read in a British newspaper that thousands of British may already have killer disease (Coronavirus) and the Sussex family have a meeting with the QTC network at Buckingham Palace. Doing conferences and meetings in this situation (when European states are canceling school lessons, cultural, sporting events, conferences) ... it's ... weird..

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    1. Please go sit in the corner.

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    2. Shouldn't the Queen have cancelled the Commonwealth church service or the DoC should have teleconferenced the Place2Be evening event which occurred later that evening? Why just the Sussexes, who by the way had this event earlier in the week, prior to both of those aforementioned engagements? Arguably the Sussex event is safer as it is large gatherings which are discouraged. The DoCs event and more so the Commonwealth Service were far bigger.

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  18. I like this dress. It starts off at the top and continues three quarters of the way being pretty normal, then ends with a bit of whimsy. Nothing wrong with that. I'm not a fan of the colour though, and not on Meghan. Her hair and makeup are lovely however, and if being free of royal bounds makes them this much relaxed and approachable to young people and their causes, then they have done the right thing.
    I wish them all of life's best and look forward to hearing of their new adventures.
    - Anon 9:13

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  19. The dress looks better sitting down. IMO, the dress looks horrible on the model and is just a mess in general - it doesn't even work as an editorial piece for me. I will give Megan points for going outside the box though. It's definitely not a "royal uniform" type of dress.

    On a side note; just wondering, will she and Harry be allowed to continue their work with the Commonwealth? The other charities and patronages their involve with seem a bit different than something involving the COMMONWEALTH.

    Europa.

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  20. Very ugly dress. Looks like a sewing project gone wrong. In fairness though, I don´t think one can make anything good from that fabric. Difficult texture, impossible colour.

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  21. Quelle horrible robe...question budget vêtements ça doit plomber... et on dit que Kate est dépensière pfffffff

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  22. Where are Harry‘s manners? Or is that an attempt to be particularly cool? Anyway… it‘s childish. If you look closely, he was it all his life, tolerated by his family.

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    1. The real tolerated persons are Prince Wilif you look at Rose H. or other young women or look at Prince Charles, who was in a croweded marriage, or Prince Andrew who supports young girls too much, or...
      You are picking the man who did not do anything wrong as a scapegoat. Sorry did you not hear the shot?

      Sarah P.

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    2. Happyness is the best revenge to envious people...
      because nothing can drive them more insane than seeing you happy and living a good life.

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  23. I think the dress looks better with short hair model rather on M. I think the long hair ages her. Medium hair is better for her body height.

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  24. Very unusual and lovely color, love how original it is, and then, I scroll to the next picture and see the asymmetrical hem, I don’t generally like them much, but this one is particularly jarring.
    Love to see them so happy and relaxed.

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  25. I just think that this place is about what people wore for a function, and nothing else. I also think that there is no need to justify for what people like, and if e.g. Meghan wears an outfit X and looks good in it, it is perfectly fine to say that e.g. Sophie of Wessex wore the same outfit X, and it looked no good. That's because people have different bodies and proportions, and what looks good on A may not look good on B. - Ellie

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  26. This style of dress is very unflattering. The hemline I am not a fan of be it a dress or skirt. The upper bodice, waist and sleeves seem non descript. The colour is not very appealing. Regardless to me it doesn't look nice on the model either.

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  27. Yumiko Kokuryu3/13/20, 12:25 PM

    I remembered Queen Elizabeth Ⅱ's annual messages at the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in London in which she praised the diversity of worldwide family and such a blend of traditions to serve to make them stronger. I would like to wish all the best in the new journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

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  28. Yumiko Kokuryu3/13/20, 12:25 PM

    I remembered Queen Elizabeth Ⅱ's annual messages at the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in London in which she praised the diversity of worldwide family and such a blend of traditions to serve to make them stronger. I would like to wish all the best in the new journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

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  29. Yumiko Kokuryu3/13/20, 12:29 PM

    I remembered Queen Elizabeth Ⅱ's annual messages at the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in London in which she praised the diversity of worldwide family and such a blend of traditions to serve to make them stronger. I would like to wish all the best in the new journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

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  30. What a lot of cattish posts. Megan is an absolutely beautiful woman and so stylish. You are lucky that you are not in South Africa as you certainly wont get away with snide racist posts.

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    1. There is no racist post.

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    2. I saw none either, Coralie. I keep hearing this all the time, but never see any thing racist. False news again.?

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    3. @Anon 6:41 Coralie is correct. They aren't racist. Just snide, mean, biased posts from people that only see something wrong in every picture. They aren't mature enough to move on to the next topic. They act like like they are three years old, just like someone accused Harry of being...Oh wait! It was Coralie!

      This blog is but a small example of why they have decided to step back. No one, no matter who they are, should have to live a life with so much judgement thrust upon them. They should be able to live their lives in peace, do good works, and go back to a private life. Just because Harry was born royal does not mean his life belongs to the world. It is a shame he was told his royal life must be all or nothing. He and Meghan have so much to offer. Twice the shame that Andrew is still has his HRH, and his daughters have theirs. Andrew wants support for himself and his daughters while Harry doesn't want any support. Both men were born "the spare", which is code for "you don't really matter". The one main difference is that Harry has a plan for himself and his family, a plan for independence. Good for him! He won't end up like Andrew and for that matter, Margaret (another "spare"), who need the royal lifestyle. While Andrew is coddled and protected, Harry can be proud of himself for taking the initiative to become independent.

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    4. Hello another "Anonymous" ( or are you all one and the same person?), yes, of course, one of the typical posts: everybody is "mean", or "should get a life" or is "envious"... always the same. Are you not bored by yourself?

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    5. @Coralie At least you didn't argue with anything I said. That is something.

      As for being "Anonymous", as long as this blog allows anonymous comments, people will be anonymous. It is easier to be rude, blunt, or just say things that one might not want to say if they could be identified. I would rather there not be anonymous people either, but here we are. We don't know that you don't post anonymously at times. --Anon 3:30

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    6. No and no again.Meghan seems to believe that she will be a big Hollywoodstar,but for that you have to act very well and she never did in Tv-serie suits.In fact it looked like she was doing nr 2 when trying to have some feelings.Never that they are out from the royal family becouse of bad comments....that old women loves media to much for that.She has a dream and will try to make it real.

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  31. Looking for racism where none exists is a popular hobby these days.

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  32. Yesterday I was at the checkout line at the Market, I had to wait until the person ahead was finished, so I looked at the headlines of the Trash magazines. The National Enquirer had the headline the Queen destroyed the chance for the Sussex's to make a Billion Dollar Meghan threatens a Tell all TV special,or something like that the picture on the cover was the Q, Harry and Meghan all three with very angry faces. The other rag was I think the Globe,their headline was P Andrew tried to commit suicide. I really believe this is all wishful thinking of these Idiots, who put this crap on paper, just to sell papers. The women behind me called someone and told her what theses rags had as headlines, she told the person she called, never mind this virus she needs to get to the Store and check out the papers, it seems this trash was more important then to stay healthy? Honestly do people really believe all of this nonsense? it must be. She bought the last two papers. I had to smile and shake my head unbelievable. So no one needs to wonder why people trash Meghan and Harry.Maybe they should sue them right out of existence. I don't know if you will post this if you do Thank you.

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    1. Unfortunately, yes they do believe the thrash that they read on the front cover titles. Plus they relate it on to those around them. Works like a virus ... no?

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  33. Lovely pics and feel good about the whole BFR who wanted to help this little family. Lifting them up and have a wonderful life as it can be possible. Prince William just wants to bring his brother joy and so all others like Lady Sarah Tindall. She has two hands for helping, for shure. They always want to be useful for everybody.

    Noé

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