The Duchess of Sussex's style game is rising to new heights, now with a tulle dress adorned with birds.
The royal pregnant woman and her husband, Prince Harry, dazzled at the Australian Geographical Society Awards in Sydney on Friday. Both style critics and commentators applauded Meghan Markle's choice of a black-and-white Oscar de la Renta number, in black and white, with avian embellishments and details of illusion.
The former actress brought a bit of Hollywood glamor to the event, making a "fairy tale entry" into what People has dubbed "the most glamorous dress on the tour."
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The Duchess completed the look with a burst, minimal jewels and her Aquazara black suede bow pumps, reported Harper's Bazaar, looking fully recovered after experiencing a terrifying plane landing that morning.
On Twitter, the elegant appearance of the future mom was described as "perfect princess" and "magical".
"We are not worthy of such beauty," one commentator joked.
In the event, the royal couple presented prizes and Prince Harry gave a speech on the importance of environmental conservation.
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex are scheduled to make 76 commitments on a 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
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