Newlyweds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are officially back to work. The two have just arrived at Prince Charles' 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration in the gardens of Buckingham Palace. It's Markle's first garden party ever and the couple's first event as a royal married couple.
Markle wore a peach Goat dress (available for $450 here), Vantugen earrings, and a bespoke hat by Philip Treacy, according to fashion blog Meghan's Mirror. She's carrying a Wilbur and Gussie clutch. She was shot arriving at the event with Prince Harry.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In Buckingham Palace this afternoon pic.twitter.com/lsz8ZwdZIy- Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) May 22, 2018
First duty as a married couple pic.twitter.com/iNs2CGAq03- Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) May 22, 2018
The event is the reason that Markle and Harry have delayed their honeymoon following their May 19 wedding in Windsor. The two were photographed arriving back at Kensington Palace yesterday. Ahead of the wedding, a Palace aide told royal reporters that the two planned to wait a week before going away so they could "attend an engagement the week after their wedding."
It's unclear from here whether Harry and Markle will depart immediately for their honeymoon or spend the rest of the week in London. The two were originally reported to be going to Namibia for their honeymoon by Travel & Leisure, but E! recently reported that isn't the African country they'll be visiting; they chose somewhere else being kept private for security reasons. "To say it's taken some time to find the right location is an understatement," a source told the outlet. "Going somewhere they can bring minimal security and not worry about people seeing them has been of the utmost importance."
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