Meghan Markle and Prince Harry marked their first official public appearance Tuesday, 10 days after King Charles III ascended the throne during the royal coronation.
The Duchess of Sussex opted for a gold strapless Johanna Ortiz dress with a subtle key-hole cut-out for the Women of Vision awards in New York.
Markle was joined by her husband for the ceremony which benefits the Ms. Foundation for Women and feminist movements. Harry and Markle will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary on Friday.
Markle is set to receive the 2023 Women of Vision award from Gloria Steinem at the event Tuesday evening.
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Meghan’s stunning gold jacquard dress was expertly tailored and hemmed to her calves, and she added inches to her petite frame with a pair of towering metallic heels.
The mother-of-two carried a matching golden clutch in one hand and a pair of thick gold earrings peered out from behind her dark brown hair.
Harry recently returned from across the pond where he was on hand to witness his father and step-mother, Queen Camilla, be crowned in Britain’s first coronation ceremony in 70 years.
Charles immediately ascended to the throne following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II on Sept. 8, 2022.
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