Meghan Markle is back in public and is a charm with the denim look. While the special tribute to Diana does not go unnoticed
Meghan Markle enchants with the denim look
Meghan Markle and Harry remembered Lady Diana on the anniversary of her death (August 31, 1997) by planting Forget-me-not seeds, the Princess's favorite flowers.
To remember their mother who died 23 years ago, during their visit to the Preschool Learning Center Harry and his wife Meghan with the help of the little students, all rigorously wearing masks, planted Diana's most beloved flowers, with a suggestive name if placed in relationship with the tragic end of the People's Princess. Just to pay homage to Diana, Meghan also wanted Forget-me-nots in her bridal bouquet.
For the occasion, Lady Markle ditched her heels, wearing black ballet flats. And continuing with the casual style of the last few months, since she moved to Los Angeles, she has sported a total denim look: shirt and jeans. Touch of class, which the Royal Wedding has distinguished her, the hair gathered in the now classic and ultra chic messy bun (read our interview with Meghan's hair stylist).
The outfit is perfect and Meg appeared at ease among her little helpers, as she got her hands dirty with the earth to bury plants and flowers. Lady Markle seems to have stolen the job of Kate Middleton, who in addition to being a great photo enthusiast, loves gardening as she demonstrated by creating a green space dedicated to children for Chelsea Flower.
The Sussexes appeared smiling, despite the multiple rumors of crisis and new tensions with the Royal Family. For the first time in 23 years, William and Harry have remembered their mother's disappearance separately. The first in his country house in Anmer Hall, the second in Los Angeles.
However, it seems that Meghan and Harry will return to England for a long time next year. As their biographer, Omid Scobie pointed out, in March 2021 there will be the Invictus Games, in June the Trooping the Color and in July the statue of Diana will be inaugurated on the occasion of her 60th birthday. Therefore, the Sussexes are expected to stay in Britain for several months and participate in all of these events. With them this time there could also be little Archie who will be two years old next May.