Meghan Markle turned heads at the Queen’s funeral

London.- Meghan Markle turned heads at Westminster Abbey where a funeral ceremony for Queen Elizabeth II was held.

Prince Harry’s wife entered alone, trailing behind 9-year-old Prince George and 7-year-old Princess Charlotte, as the coffin made its way to Westminster Abbey.

Leading the young people in the procession were their parents, Prince William and Catherine Middleton, the newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales.

4-year-old Prince Louis, known for turning heads with his antics, did not participate in the historic event due to his young age, reported Page Six.

“The Duchess of Sussex, 41, entered the historic church in a somber procession behind the Queen’s coffin. In front of her were Catherine, her two eldest sons and Prince Edward and his wife, the Duchess of Wessex. .

“The Duchess paid tribute to the Queen by wearing a set of pearl and diamond earrings given to her by the monarch. Earlier this week she wore the same pair for the funeral procession to Westminster Hall,” Daily Mail reported.

Meghan Markle looked sophisticated in a black cape dress by Stella McCartney that royal fans might find familiar because Markle wore a navy blue version of the look at a concert to celebrate the Queen’s 92nd birthday at the Royal Albert Hall in April 2018.

“The elegant ensemble also adhered to the funeral dress code, which called for knee-length black dresses or coats, along with optional black hats and veils; while Markle’s wide-brimmed hat did not include a veil, her sister-in-law’s Kate Middleton does,” described Page Six.

Harry and Meghan, who live in Montecito, California, have been in the UK since the Queen’s death on September 8. They were in the country for the WellChild Awards when the news was announced.

The couple did not have their children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 15 months, who are believed to have remained in California with Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.

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