Published: Wed, June 20, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

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Meghan’s dad got over $10K for TV tell-all

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have marked their first marriage milestone - their one month anniversary - with a trip to Royal Ascot. Could the former actress' buttoned all-white Givenchy dress be an intentional nod to her wedding dress (designed by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy)?

Thousands of race-goers cheered from the stands as the royal family arrived in several horse-drawn carriages and travelled to the royal box. She finished off the look with a black-and-white hat from Philip Treacy and black heels. She also chose to hold her name tag rather than wear it, as Kate Middleton had worn during her Royal Ascot debut in 2016.

Due to health complications, Markle unfortunately had to back out of walking his daughter down the aisle at her royal wedding to Prince Harry on May 19.

Markle's fascinator was just as elegant and over-the-top as some of Kate Middleton's and Princess Eugenie's best headpieces, proving that Markle is quickly adapting to the guidelines of royal fashion easily.

Meghan Markle's wedding dress has got to be one of the most discussed pieces of clothing of the year, and now, the new Duchess of Sussex has done it again.

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Her Majesty, 92, opted for a vibrant yellow coat and matching hat, as she was pictured arriving with her daughter Princess Anne.

Morgan also told ET that Markle revealed he has not yet had the chance to speak with Prince Charles, though he has chatted with Prince Harry. 'They have struck up a great rapport and he already has a real soft spot for her, ' they said. And now it seems that all of her time with the royal family has really endeared her to her father-in-law, Prince Charles.

Hats are a must at Royal Ascot, according to the dress code, although female racegoers have embraced increasingly more outlandish headgear in recent years.

"I think it was the last moment that she could, sort of, reflect the other side of her: the joy and the human within her".

He expects that his daughter will have a child with the Duke of Sussex "soon".

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