The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex supported The Queen at The Queen’s Young Leaders Awards, which was attended by celebrities including David Beckham, Ore Oduba and Nicola Adams.
Meghan Markle stunned at the event dressed in a pale pink dress with buttons and a belt paired with black heels and a clutch, as she sat next to her husband, Prince Harry and The Queen.
The ceremony is not the first time that Meghan has worn pale pink, with the Duchess wearing a dress of the same shade to Trooping the Colour and for her first royal engagement with the monarch.
Meghan, 36, wore her brunette hair down in a bouncy curly blow-dry, as she cupped her hands in her lap.
The event marks Meghan’s second official royal outing with the Queen in recent weeks, following her wedding to Harry earlier this year on 19 May.
The pair travelled to Cheshire together earlier this month to open the new Mersey Gateway Bridge in Chester on 14 June.
Meghan Markle makes her first solo royal outing alongside the Queen [Kensington Palace Twitter]
[Kensington Palace/ Twitter]
The Queen was all smiles at the event as she shook hands with David Beckham and Nicola Adams before the ceremony began.
Prince Harry, 33, made a speech at the event, before sitting down to join his wife Meghan.
Kensington Palace announced the newlyweds’ attendance at the event on their Twitter page, posting: “On Tuesday 26 June, Her Majesty The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, will host a reception at Buckingham Palace to present awards to the @QueensLeaders 2018.
“The Queen was 26 years old when she became Head of the Commonwealth. The @QueensLeaders Programme was launched in 2014 in honour of HM’s service to the Commonwealth – a global network of 53 countries and 2.4 billion people, of whom 60% are under 30 years old.
“The Queen will also be accompanied by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the @QueensLeaders Awards on Tuesday.
“The Duke of Sussex was appointed a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador by The Queen in April 2018.
“The @QueensLeaders Programme, now in its 4th and final year, celebrates the achievements of exciting young change-makers from across the Commonwealth.”