Meghan has ditched her classic pastel and muted tones and worn a bright yellow dress in a recent reception in London yesterday. The Duchess wowed the crowds in a Brandon Maxwell, who has been Lady Gaga's stylist since 2012.
The pair arrived holding hands at Marlborough House in London, despite the rumours that this had to stop this after their wedding, as they begun to be pictured apart at all engagements.
Meghan looked incredibly regal in a sleek low bun, as opposed to her iconic messy updo.
Prince Harry looked dapper alongside Megan in a navy suit accompanied with an olive tie.
Prince Harry and Meghan met with the Commonwealth youth leaders, which was a reception hosted by The Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth. Who greeted the pair at their cars, and walked them to the house where a steel pan band welcomed them.
The reception which takes place at night is where Meghan and Harry will meet representatives from New Zealand and Australia.
During the day the couple were seen mingling with members of the forum, sharing their ideas surrounding the style of the commonwealth that they want to see.
The Duke then addressed the crowd with a speech saying
Meghan and I are incredibly excited to meet so many of you represent the future of the Commonwealth.
The Commonwealth Youth Forum gives the opportunity to the younger generation of the commonwealth to build cross-cultural relationships. To tackle issues facing the commonwealth and influence the future generation to have a voice.