Prince Harry was every bit the doting husband when he smoothed Meghan Markle's hair at the launch event for her community cookbook at Kensington Palace.
While her proud mom, Doria Ragland, wore head-to-toe apricot, the Duchess of Sussex dazzled in a cobalt blue Smythe coat and a skirt designed by her friend Misha Nonoo.
The duchess has been cooking with a West London women's group who meet in a Muslim community center to feed locals still affected by last year's fatal Grenfell fire.
Who could forget this swoon-worthy smooch kiss with his wife, Meghan Markle, in the Ascot Landau Carriage after their wedding ceremony on May 19, 2018. Harry always looks at Meghan like she’s the only girl in the world and no one else is watching (we were all watching).
When a photo made the rounds on Twitter, the public was quick to assume that it was Meghan Markle walking her dog at the Palace while it did its business.
ET chatted with the founder of Canadian brand Nonie on the coveted blush pink frock and its newest version for next year.
It's been nearly four months since Meghan Markle married Prince Harry at the royal wedding of the century, and her bridal glow is still going strong. Markle's longtime makeup artist, Daniel Martin, recently revealed his secret to getting radiant skin — and it's only $5. "Before highlighters, you would do highlighting with Aquaphor," Martin explained to E! News .
The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, took a page from Prince Harry's style playbook, donning tuxedo-inspired suiting for an evening affair.
Prince Harry wasn’t the only one who loved Meghan Markle’s wedding day look. Princess Deniz of Bavaria, aka Deniz Kaya, loved it so much that she even channeled the Duchess of Sussex’s look on her own wedding day. Kaya’s makeup was simple and natural, and like Markle she opted for a middle-parted bun accented with a veil, sans the tiara.