Meghan Markle Stuns in All-Black Ensemble in New York City
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pay their respects to the victims of 9/11. Just two weeks after the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, the couple paid a visit to the One World Observatory in the World Trade Center.
Two days before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take part in the Global Citizen Live from Central Park, they made a stop at the downtown landmark with Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family and Governor Kathy Hochel. The visit was the duo's first public appearance together since the birth of their daughter Lilibet Diana.
And even though the Duke and Duchess are no longer working members of the royal family, they still pack like them. (Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the gang always travel in a black outfit in case they have to attend a funeral or memorial service.) Markle made sure he wore a respectable all-black outfit for the occasion, with a black turtleneck, black pants and a matching coat. Harry partnered with his wife by wearing a black suit and tie (although the tie looks almost navy blue in certain lighting conditions.) They rounded off their looks with matching black face masks.
As previously mentioned, the couple flew to NYC to attend the concert on September 25th, which will not only raise awareness of vaccine equity, but also feature live performances by artists such as Coldplay and Jennifer Lopez.
All black never looked so good.
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