It's been a pretty wild year for Meghan Markle. If falling in love, getting married and having a baby on the road is not hectic enough, this is coupled with getting an RHS status and traveling. a handful. We all know that it looks very good in white, so I was not surprised to see Meghan and Harry recreating the look of the wedding night in a recent public appearance in Tonga on Wednesday. And like, she's the way she is, killing him in the fashion department. Yes meghan
However, the color of the dress was not the only outstanding feature that is so familiar. No, the ring on your finger is too. Now I do not mean that engagement ring of ice cream or marriage band. No, it was another flare completely. Meghan put together her white dress from the designer Theia, based in New York, with killer black heels and what appeared to be the ring of her deceased mother-in-law. If according to the SqueezeApparently, she wore the aquamarine ring she wore at her wedding reception. Town and country She reports that the gem, which was part of Princess Diana's fairly extensive collection of jewelry, was given to Meghan by Harry and is a super cute tribute to her mother. And a tribute is not difficult to tackle because it's like, wonderful.
The newlyweds are embracing marital happiness in their adventure. It's a low profile dream job expedition. His first real tour is quite busy but also seriously envious. They have left England just as winter approaches and spend two weeks traveling to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
Since the beginning of the tour, Meghan has not only been an icon of absolute style, but has also shown that fashion and jewelry are not the only things she has in common with her deceased mother-in-law. No, she has also been showing how much she cares about people and how she wants to make a difference in her official role. She clearly shares Diana's vision of helping people in developing countries, especially when it comes to educating women at a high level. In her first speech on a real tour, she expressed what she believes. "Everyone should have the opportunity to receive the education they want, but the most important thing is the education they are entitled to receive," he told the crowd. "And for women and girls in developing countries, this is vital."
Harry and Meghan have established very early in their relationship that they want to make a difference in the world. Do not stop, you're crying. This tour is centered around The invictus games, which was created by former soldier Harry to help other veterans. In the games the injured, sick and injured service personnel are seen competing in games such as wheelchair basketball, which serves to demonstrate that they are not defined by their injuries.
With all this excitement and travel, it goes without saying that the best is yet to come for the newlyweds, and I'm not just talking about fashion.