This morning it was announced that Meghan Markle has become vice-president of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, which champions young leaders around the world, before she stepped out for International Women’s Day to take part in a panel convened by the organisation today (March 8) in London.
The pregnant Duchess opted for a short, retro-inspired shift dress with a high neckline and monochromatic pattern from British retailer Reiss.
Her printed ‘Azzura’ dress was very Twiggy-esqe with its ’60s mood and swirl print design.
I love how she kept the styling simple with a sharply tailored black Alexander McQueen blazer, a Stella McCartney clutch and her black Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.
Some might question the length considering she would be seated at this event, but I’m all about the vibrant print when it comes to this look.