Weeks after tying the knot themselves, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were at another wedding Saturday - this time as guests.
Meghan Markle celebrated her 37th birthday yesterday at the wedding of Prince Harry's pal Charlie van Straubenzee.
Meghan arrived separately, in a short-sleeved Club Monaco dress with blue top and multicolored skirt with a Philip Treacy hat.
"Meghan stepped out in dark-colour like someone attending a funeral, and did she deliberately flaunt her bra for the camera?" a Twitter user wrote. In an interview on ITV's Good Morning Britain last month, Samantha explained why she continues to speak publicly about Meghan - and addressed criticism that she's "cashing in" on the Duchess of Sussex's fame. Inquisitr recently reported that the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, might be forced to miss 2018's second royal wedding if her sister, Pippa Middleton, happens to give birth.
Mr van Straubenzee, who works for investment management firm Brown Advisory, is marrying party and wedding videographer Daisy Jenks.
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Late this summer, Meghan is expected to return to the US on a private plane to spend time with her mother and friends.
Prince Harry is reportedly serving as the best man in the wedding today.
The 74-year-old's health problems came after it was revealed he'd participated in the staging of paparazzi photos to the media ahead of walking his daughter down the aisle.
While Meghan is known for wearing heels to minimise the height difference between her and her 185 centimetre tall husband, Harry's brother Prince William's 190 centimetre frame will always dwarf Meghan's. According to PEOPLE, he has been friends with Harry since they met at Ludgrove Prep School.
Many feel he went a step too far when he told the Daily Mail that Princess Diana would have "loathed" the way the Royal Family had treated him.