Hosted by Prince Harry, who co-founded the organization in 2006 with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, the event’s fundraising efforts will benefit children in Lesotho and Botswana living with HIV/AIDS.
For the appearance, while Harry posed for pictures in a suit before hitting the field, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a belted denim midi dress by Carolina Herrera, a label she previously wore for her Trooping the Colour debut. But don’t be fooled by the laid back silhouette, as the cap sleeve number from the 2019 Resort collection weighs in at a cool $3,103.
Meghan went with Aquazzura heels in blush, which retail for $645. Eagle-eye royal fans will note that she’s opted for the same style shoe before, selecting the same style but in black with a Prada skirt suit for the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards.
To finish the daytime look, the duchess pulled her hair back into a wispy low bun. She accessorized with a pair of topaz-hued earrings by Canadian jeweler Birks, Tom Ford sunglasses ($370), and carried J. Crew’s Fan rattan clutch, which is currently on sale for $70.99.
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