Meghan Markle goes from $45 H&M dress to glittering evening gown

Adjust Comment Print

Meghan was joined by Prince Harry on this occasion.

Duchess Meghan Markle made an official royal visit today (January 16) to an animal rescue organization and met with lots of volunteers and workers at the organization. She bonded with one dog in particular - Minnie, a Jack Russell terrier.

Unfortunately, Markle had her back turned to the camera at the time, so it did not capture her immediate reaction, but it was still gold when she laughed and said 'I'll take it, ' as she then moved on to the next person in line, waiting for handshakes.

The Duchess of Sussex paired a $35 H&M cream maternity dress with a cashmere coat by Armani for her visit to Mayhew.

To finish the high fashion ensemble, the 37-year-old wore $940 Rupert Sanderson block heels with winter-ready tights and a $890 Aspinal of London bag.

Rihanna poursuit son père en justice
Une opération qui n'avait pu voir le jour car elle fût bloquée par le Bureau américain des brevets et des marques de commerce. Dans les documents légaux, Rihanna déclare que son père , ainsi que son associé, se font passer pour ses représentants.

Meghan The Duchess of Sussex arrives at the Mayhew animal welfare charity on Wednesday Jan. 16, 2019, to meet with volunteers to hear about welfare initiatives, community engagement and global projects carried out by the charity.

Holding Maggie, who was brought to the Mayhew in November after her owner was unable to care for her, the Duchess said: "We can't get another dog before the baby, our hands are full".

Meghan's new patronage is very close to her heart, as she previously adopted two rescue pups when she lived in Toronto.

The duchess picked up the dog when she spotted it was shivering and clutched it to her chest when she chatted to Mayhew staff who told her about the charity's projects in India and Afghanistan.

It has a pet refuge service, provides vet services to vulnerable owners and has a team of animal welfare officers who work with local residents helping local communities.

Comments