Queen Elizabeth Disapproves of Meghan Markle's Pantsuit, but Loves Her Earrings

Queen Elizabeth Disapproves of Meghan Markle's Pantsuit, but Loves Her Earrings

Queen Elizabeth Disapproves of Meghan Markle's Pantsuit, but Loves Her Earrings

For the second time in a week, Meghan has rocked a chic ensemble - this time to the WellChild Awards in London with husband Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle's fashion choices veered on the controversial side last week, so when she stepped out Tuesday in a sleek Altuzarra suit, she probably thought she was golden.

Celebrity stylist and PR Rochelle White told Femail: 'Megan has been mindful this evening in regards to her outfit. During the Endeavour Awards in February (one of her earlier public engagements), she wore a tuxedo by quintessential British designer Alexander McQueen. Do you think she'll get used to it eventually?

Harry also pulled amusing faces when interacting and meeting other children at the event.

Polished separates are something of a signature look for the royal family's newest style icon.

Tonight, the couple are joining children, parents, carers and celebrity supporters at the glittering ceremony at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in central London.

We doubt Meghan cares about who is considered "best dressed" in the royal family though, she was there to support a cause very close to Harry's heart - which is much more important.

The royal couple suited up for the WellChild Awards, which celebrates "the inspirational qualities of the UK's seriously ill children and young people, along with those who go that extra mile to make a difference to their lives".

Mrs Booth, whose daughter recently turned seven and won the inspirational child award in the four to six-year-old category, said: 'Harry said, "I can see the resemblance"'.

Harry will present an award during the ceremony and also deliver a speech.

She has been praised for her "great zest for life" and her "courage, strength and determination".

Four-year-old Mckenzie Brackley was at the event to pick up an award for his fearless battle with Acute Flaccid Paralysis.

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