"To arrive alone to face rows of United Kingdom royals and know the eyes of the entire world are on you could easily have created anxiety signals similar to Harry's but Meghan's upright back, congruent smile and quasi-royal composure suggested she was undaunted by the experience", James said of the Los Angeles-born and raised Royal. Clad in a yellow Brandon Maxwell midi dress, the Duchess of Sussex was all smiles as she and her husband chatted with young people - including those from countries they will visit on their tour this fall.
The fitted mid-length shift is believed to be a nod to her home in California - though the United States is not a member of the Commonwealth - and is by American designer Brandon Maxwell, who used to be Lady Gaga's stylist.
And on Thursday, the Duchess of Sussex made a statement fashion choice in a bright canary yellow dress during her appearance with Prince Harry at the "Your Commonwealth" Youth Challenge Reception in London's Marlborough House.
She wore nude and pale coloured outfits to Trooping The Colour, Ascot and her Cheshire engagements with the Queen, however, there could be a good reason for that.
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At every official royal event Meghan has attended since marrying Harry (excluding Celia McCorquodale's wedding which was a private event), other senior royals have been present.
Prince Harry complemented Meghan's bright dress in a navy blue suit complete with an olive green tie.
The event tonight was set to see the couple hear outcomes from a Commonwealth Youth Workshop on how young leaders envision the British Commonwealth in 2040.
Prince Harry, who was appointed Commonwealth Youth Ambassador earlier this year, said: "Meghan and I are incredibly excited to meet so many of you representing the future of the Commonwealth".