Meghan Markle rewore her engagement dress for a special occasion

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While Prince William and Kate Middleton took a ride in a tuk tuk in Pakistan, last night Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended another event in London.

The royal couple spoke at the WellChild awards, which Harry and now Meghan attend every year. The Duke of Sussex is a patron for the charity, which allows children with serious illnesses to spend time at home with their families.

During the event, where they met with children and their families, Prince Harry made an emotional speech, welling up as he mentioned that the previous year, he and his wife were the only people to know they were pregnant. He went on to explain that he could only truly understand now how heartbreaking it is for parents to have a sick child.

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For this important event, the Duchess of Sussex wore a dress that no doubt has sentimental value to her, as it's the one she wore to announce her engagement in 2017.

The green dress by Parosh features a tie belt, and she wore in with a camel coat by Santeler and suede pumps. She finished off her look with Emily Mortimer earrings.

She finished off her look with a quirky tortoiseshell bag with silk tie handle by Montunas.

Penny Goldstone

Penny Goldstone is the Digital Fashion Editor at Marie Claire, covering everything from catwalk trends to royal fashion and the latest high street and Instagram must-haves.

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