Her hair was pulled back in her signature low messy bun, and Harry coordinated with his wife in a navy blue jacket and lighter button down.
On Tuesday night, numerous highest-ranking members of the royal family flocked to Buckingham Palace for the Queen's Diplomatic Corps Reception.
Markle has worn the label several times before, including earlier this year when she and Prince Harry visited some of the participants in the Invictus Games. The ceremony was hosted by the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, a charity honoring Prince Harry and Prince William's late friend.
As reported in People, the palace does not usually respond to rumours and did not issue a statement regarding any other reports, including the one that claimed Kate was "left in tears" after Charlotte's bridesmaid dress fitting for Meghan's wedding to Prince Harry.
"Meghan "hides" from Kate by dropping her head so her hair masks her face from Kate while she laughs behind it".
Rajinikanth's '2.0' enters the 500 Cr club
Filmmaker Karan Johar , who presented the Hindi version of 2.0, took to the micro-blogging site to share the news. The film is one of the most expensive Indian film which also is a standalone sequel to 2010's Enthiran .
As well as a nursery, Meghan is also hoping to create a special "mother-in-law suite" for Doria who wants to help her daughter through the birth and once the baby arrives.
Until now, the Sussexes have lived in Nottingham Cottage - a two-bedroom house in the grounds of Kensington Palace, where the Cambridges also live.
Needless to say, it's been a turbulent few months for the "Fab Four".
At the event, the Duchess discussed how higher education can tackle issues such as modern slavery, gender equality and climate change with a number of university leaders, academics and worldwide scholarship students.