Meghan Markle’s busy day commemorating Anzac Day with fiancé Prince Harry featured a wardrobe change, naturally.
Markle arrived with Harry for a memorial dawn service at 5 a.m. GMT in Hyde Park, for Anzac Day, an annual event honouring New Zealand and Australian soldiers who served during World War I.
Sources say, Markle looked “close to tears” during the wreath laying ceremony, in which Harry left a handwritten note reading, “For all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in pursuit of our freedom. Thank you. Harry.”
Markle wore a wide-brimmed black hat (is she taking style cues from Melania Trump, who was mocked for a similarly large hat on Tuesday?) and coat by Canadian brand Smythe for the occasion. She also carried her Gucci super mini handbag.
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Markle then accompanied both Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge to the Anzac Day service of commemoration and thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey. Prince William greeted his soon-to-be sister in law with customary kisses on both cheeks before entering the Abbey.
Markle’s second look was by one of Kate Middleton’s favourites, U.K. designer Emilia Wickstead. Many believe Wednesday’s look was a subtle hint that the British designer will create Markle’s wedding gown for her upcoming nuptials next month.
The 36-year-old channelled Jackie O. in cropped jacket and dress in black textured fabric, and a hat by famed designer, Philip Treacy. Treacy is the go-to milliner for both royals and celebrities. Some of his famous fans include Kate Middleton, Lady Gaga and Sarah Jessica Parker.
The look was fitting for the memorial service, unlike her ensemble earlier this week at the memorial for Stephen Lawrence, in which Markle wore a sleeveless belted dress by Hugo Boss.
Just hours earlier, Markle attended an Invictus Games celebration with fiancé Prince Harry — and her outfit had a totally different vibe.