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Royal Style Watch: From Meghan Markle’s Sculpted Skirt to Princess Charlene’s Fairytale Dress

Georgia Brown

Bodycon red dresses, feminine floral dresses, Cinderella blue satin – it was quite the Royal style watch in the wardrobes of the best-dressed ladies of royalty.

From Duchess of Sussexthe astonishing and elegant New York wardrobe of Princess Charlene of MonacoIn a jaw-dropping Prada moment at the 73rd Red Cross Ball Gala, the impeccably dressed royal ladies served up a series of unforgettable looks this week, dazzling royal fans with their effortless elegance.

The list would not be complete without mentioning Queen Letizia of Spain, whose impeccable taste never looks less than perfect. Scroll down to find out what outfits we had our eyes on this week…

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Meghan Markle

The Duchess stepped out in a Gabriela Hearst jumpsuit as she headed out to dinner in Manhattan

The Duchess of Sussex wowed royal fans in a stunning monochromatic jumpsuit by royal brand Gabriela Hearst this week. Stepping out for a glamorous night out in New York with Prince Harry, Meghan’s £4,000 black strapless outfit featured a white neckline and a daring double bow detail to the back.

Meghan paired it with a gorgeous red woven bag from Bottega Veneta and wore a stunning pair of black strappy sandals from her go-to shoe designer, Aquazzura.

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Meghan looked stunning in a Givenchy pencil skirt and blouse

Meghan attended the 2022 United Nations Nelson Mandela Day commemoration in New York, giving her Suits wardrobe a revival in a pencil skirt that enhanced Givenchy’s figure. Elevating her designer ensemble, she slipped into Manolo Blahnik heels, adding Cartier jewelry and Vanessa Tugendhaft earrings.

Exactly four years ago during an engagement in Ireland in 2018, the Duchess wore the same outfit in emerald green. Everything from her slick low ponytail to her choice to wear pointy toe heels was the same – proving that the right look can easily be recycled.

Duchess of Cornwall

Duchess Camilla looked stunning in blue during her visit to Cornwall

The Duchess of Cornwall looked stunning in blue to mark a poignant visit to Cornwall with Prince Charles this week. The Royal Family traveled to the South West of England to celebrate 70 years since Charles became Prince of Wales.

Adorned with pretty flowers, Duchess Camilla looked radiant in the summer number, armed with her favorite Heidi Klein raffia beach bag.

Queen Letizia of Spain

Queen Letizia recycled a red wrap dress from Cherubina on Monday

Turning heads in a ravishing red dress by Sevillian designer Cherubina, Queen Letizia looked absolutely stunning in a purchase from the previous season, which she previously wore during the Spanish Armed Forces Day festivities in 2019.

Opting for an all-red look, Letizia accessorized her wrap dress with cherry stilettos and her favorite pair of cabochon ruby ​​earrings from jeweler Aldao 1911.

An image of elegance, the Spanish queen could be seen sporting her signature bouncy blow-dry, as well as her must-have makeup combo.

Princess Charlene of Monaco

Princess Charlene made a glamorous appearance at the 73rd Monaco Red Cross Gala

At the 73rd Monaco Red Cross Gala on Monday night, the 44-year-old royal proved her penchant for style was unparalleled as she enchanted royal fans in a Cinderella blue ensemble.

Prince Albert’s wife donned a stunning Prada dress adorned with delicate sequins and floral beads. The floor-length dress was complete with a scoop neckline, cropped sleeves, a figure-flattering A-line skirt and a fitted bodice.

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Princess Charlene was accessorized with layers of celebrity-favorite Van Cleef & Arpels silver jewelry, adding to her enchanting look with a ‘butterfly necklace’ and ‘flying butterfly bracelet’, channeling a style moment that never wouldn’t seem out of place in Disney. Frozen.

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