Meghan Markle is on her fashion A game! With one month until her royal wedding, the bride-to-be stunned in another gorgeous ensemble as she joined fiancé Prince Harry, patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, at the Invictus Games reception on Saturday (April 21). For a look that suited the warm weather London's been having, she turned to celebrity favourite brand Self-Portrait, slipping into the pretty green Cold Shoulder Floral Midi Dress, which retails for $675. Meghan topped off the flouncy number with a black blazer, a pair of sleek black pumps and the Birks Bee Chic white quartz stud earrings. Once again, she styled her long brunette hair in loose waves and kept her makeup soft and simple.
Meghan has had a very busy week with Prince Harry, showing off a variety of beautiful outfits at numerous official events. On Thursday evening, she stunned in a fitted black midi dress at a Women's Empowerment reception in London, hosted by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, while on Wednesday morning she wore a dreamy striped dress by Altuzurra.
Saturday's event is a particularly special engagement for the couple, as they build up to their nuptials on May 19 - since the pair made their first public appearance together at the 2017 Invictus Games. At the reception, held at the Australian High Commission in London, the couple heard more about how plans are progressing for this year's games in Sydney. They also met with a number of UK and Australian servicemen and women, some of whom have experience of competing in the Invictus Games. Both Harry and Meghan were recently in Bath where they watched the UK team trials for this year's tournament.
Meanwhile, rumours are still rife as to who will be the designer to create Meghan's wedding dress - and while we won't find out until the day, fashion experts have been quick to share their predictions with Hello!. Esteemed bridal designer Caroline Castigliano told us: "I think Meghan's dress will be in a delicate lace with very subtle beading, designed with a deep V neckline and long lace sleeve. The sleeve will likely show her skin tone through so you can see the beauty and delicate detail of the lace.