Unexpected but breathtaking appearance for Meghan Markle who once again proved that in addition to being a duchess, she had everything of a glamorous Hollywood diva. Zoom on her ultra chic look!
This Saturday, February 26, Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry, have made an exit of the most noticed for the NAACP Image Awards. And for the occasion, the Duchess and the Duke of Sussex had put the package on the look. Bow tie and impeccable suit signed by the British designer Ozwald Boateng for Harry. But the prince was still overshadowed by the mother of his children, who has once again, attract all eyes.
Bewitching sapphire beauty … this is how Meghan Markle appeared for the occasion, sublimated by an asymmetrical dress created by the young American designer Christopher John Rogers. A look of goddess supported by a one-shoulder cut, a long train and a cameo of blue perfectly chosen. Special mention for her elegant accessories that completed her impeccable look: beautiful glittering Aquazzura sandals, golden Alexis Bittar earrings and a beautiful Love bracelet by Cartier. Not to mention her delicate cuff bracelet embellished with blue gems in tribute to her mother-in-law, since it belonged to the late Princess Diana. A faultless performance for Meghan, who once again consolidates her status as a fashion icon.
Meghan’s beauty look
On the beauty side as well, Archie and Lilibet Diana’s mom didn’t do things by halves. For her hair, Meghan Markle had bet on a hairstyle in side-hair mode, with light curls for a Hollywood glamour effect, as we like. In terms of makeup, it is with an impeccable tanned complexion, complemented by nude lips and a touch of pink, as well as a perfect brown smoky look, that she was displayed. We love it!
An exit at the top for Meghan and Prince Harry, during this beautiful event that honors each year the best artists of the African-American community. The Sussexes also had the pleasure of receiving a prestigious award during the evening: the President’s Award from the Civil Rights Organization in recognition of their public service. Just that!
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