On the verge of returning to the United Kingdom to participate in the festivities for the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth, when the monarch will have the opportunity to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet, the agenda of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle does not rest. As rumored, the Duke is participating in the summer polo season to raise funds for charity and in these matches, he has been seen accompanied by his wife. And amid these appearances, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been seen attending a barbecue in which they were accompanied by their eldest son, Archie. Although only one photograph of a curious lens has been published, this has been enough for fashion lovers to start looking for the dress that Meghan was wearing and that curiously has come out of the workshops of one of the leading firms of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
It has been on the Instagram account of Delfina Blaquier, the wife of Nacho Figueras – Harry’s great friend and polo partner – where this snapshot of the Sussexes has been seen in its most relaxed version. Like any Californian and far removed from the protocol he grew up with, Harry was seen wearing khaki cargo shorts with a simple white polo shirt, the unofficial uniform for men in the summer. But his wife wanted to go further, betting on a dress from a renowned firm for this appearance.
Although the focus was on the Dukes, who were the first to appear in the image, it was impossible for the gaze not to go to the little boy in a white shirt who appeared in the background. With a handful of appearances through images shared by his parents, Archie could be seen walking with -apparently- a nanny, a few steps ahead of Harry and Meghan. What was not known in this image was little Lilibet, who is about to complete her first year of life and make her first trip to the land of her father.
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Although it was a casual outing among friends, Meghan wore the Sheila model dress from the firm Emilia Wickstead -which is usually one of the protagonists in the Duchess of Cambridge’s closet-. It is a dress with a naval print in shades of blue and brown with a high neck, an A-line midi skirt, and sleeveless, which at the time was priced at 995 pounds sterling (about $24,560), although it is no longer available. it is available because it was from a previous season. Making it clear that it was a weekend outing with friends, Meghan wore her hair unceremoniously pulled back into a low ponytail and both she and her husband were barefoot at the time the snapshot was taken.
This is not the first time Meghan has been seen wearing this signature. The only times she had been seen at Emilia Wickstead were in the same year as her wedding. The first time came just weeks after the royal wedding when Meghan wore an elegant black dress to a dinner at the British ambassador’s residence in Dublin. Months later she would wear another design in the same color but with a more classic design framed by an elegant button in front of her during her visit to the Anzac memorial on her trip to Sydney, Australia.