Meghan Markle is back in Givenchy for first girls' trip with the queen

Her royal wedding may be over, but Meghan Markle isn’t ready to give up the Givenchy just yet.

The newlywed duchess stepped out in yet another creation by Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller — who designed her royal wedding dress — as she joined Queen Elizabeth II for a joint appearance in Cheshire, England.

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Sussex teamed up for a royal appearance. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Having gotten criticism for showing off her shoulders at last weekend’s Trooping the Colour celebration, Meghan played it safe but oh-so chic  in a high-necked, off-white sheath featuring a capelet-style top that kept her upper arms under wraps. Black accessories — heels, a clutch, and a slim belt — completed the ensemble.


The queen, meanwhile, stayed true to her habit of wearing bold, eye-catching colors. Her acid-green coat, worn over a floral dress, is by Stewart Parvin, with a matching hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan.

In the weeks since her May 19 nuptials, Meghan — who wore her hair in a long and loose style with a center part — has been credit with boosting sales for Givenchy. With this latest look, the French fashion house famed for its association with Audrey Hepburn once again stands to benefit from the Meghan effect.

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