Meghan Markle visits opening of Royal Academy art exhibition

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She chose a long-sleeve dress with a front split, by designer favourite Givenchy, teamed with a matching jewel-topped clutch bag and Aquazurra Deneuve bow pumps.

The Oceania exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts will open to the public from 29 September to 10 December. As per usual, Meghan looked lovely in a navy blue blouse and matched her man in black trousers.

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"It does fall, now that she is married into the royal family, to [Prince Charles].to cover the cost of her working royal wardrobe", Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight.

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The Duchess was the guest of honour at the opening of the Royal Academy's Oceania exhibition which featured a large work by a collective of Māori artists.

Somewhere within the folds of the 16.4-foot fabric was a piece of blue fabric, which served as her something blue as well as a sweet nod to her prince.

Meghan Markle wears a Givenchy dress with Aquazzura heels.

Meghan's former hairstylist in London previously revealed to PEOPLE that although the royal naturally has "beautiful curls", she undergoes intensive salon treatments to manage her mane.

It came nearly six months after her wedding day.

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Meghan Markle in her bridal gown.

She also said she didn't see her finished veil until the morning of the wedding.

"And I think the other members of the family had a similar reaction, and just appreciation for the fact that we understand how important this is for us and the role that we play".

"That's about the most romantic thing ever", she says.

Via our sister site Closer and Now To Love AU.

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