How much did Meghan’s yellow outfit cost for Prince Harry Commonwealth outing?
MEGHAN MARKLE, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, arrived at the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge reception at Marlborough House yesterday. How much did the Duchess’s yellow dress ensemble cost?
Meghan Markle, the new Duchess of Sussex, looked bright and summery last night.
The stunning former-actress wore a canary yellow dress.
A form fitting shift dress, the piece had a business-y flair thanks to the cut.
The yellow hue complimented her bronze skin and dark hair.
The Duchess added nude shoes and diamond earrings to the look, as well as her huge engagement ring.
Meghan Markle news: Dress for latest Prince Harry Commonwealth event cost this much
The yellow dress was by Brandon Maxwell, a designer who has dressed Lady Gaga before.
The summery piece costs $1495 or £1129.85.
Her earrings were from Adina Reyter, a fine jewellery brand from Los Angeles, CA.
The diamond earrings cost $498 or £376.36.
Turning to classic designer for her footwear, Meghan wore a pair of nude Manlo Blahnik BB heels, which cost $625 or £472.34.
This brings the total cost of Meghan’s look to $2818 or £2129.70.
Meghan Markle’s yellow dress was a departure from her recent flowing dresses.
The event was hosted by Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland, and marked the the culmination of the Commonwealth Secretariat’s youth leadership workshop.
During the evening Meghan and Harry chatted to the participants, hearing the ideas of individuals hailing from all around the world.
This included individuals from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga ahead of the couple’s first royal tour of Australasia this autumn.
How much did Meghan Markle’s wedding dress cost?
Entertainment Tonight reports that Meghan’s chapel dress cost £387,000 while the dress for her reception is estimated to be worth £119,555.
Meghan’s second dress was created by vegan designer, the environmentally friendly Stella McCartney.
The overall cost of her wardrobe was estimated to be £750,000.
Biographer Katie Nicholl told ET: “It does fall now, that she is married into the royal family, to the Prince of Wales…to cover the cost of her working royal wardrobe.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK