The Duchess of Sussex has had a fashion parade in neutral hues at the sports tournament celebrating veterans
The Duchess of Sussex, 42, joined her husband – a former captain in the British Army who founded the international adaptive sports tournament for wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans in 2014 — this week, calling for a look back at her chic streak so far.
Meghan reunited with Harry in Germany on Tuesday, and wore a black pleated shirt dress by Banana Republic with matching Bottega Veneta leather belt and heels from Aquazzura, one of her go-to shoe brands.
In a brief speech at the Family & Friends party, the Duchess of Sussex said that she and Prince Harry “can't wait to bring” their children Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2, to the Invictus Games one day.
Meghan was bright in white at wheelchair basketball on Wednesday, where she layered a white J.Crew cardigan over a black top with white Staud shorts, and accessorized with a black Givenchy belt and her Chanel cap-toe flats.
The Archetypes host changed her outfit — and hair! — for the swimming finals later that day.
Fan blog Meghan’s Mirror identified the all-black look as a J.Crew sweater tank and Frame skinny jeans. She twisted into her tresses into an updo with face-framing tendrils.
Meghan stepped out hand in hand with Harry for the wheelchair basketball finals at Merkur Spiel-Arena on Wednesday, black heels back on her feet. She also appeared to shake out her updo in favor of a half-up, half-down look.
The Duchess of Sussex let her hair down – literally! — before the wheelchair basketball final medal ceremony, where she presented gold medals to members of Team USA.
Meghan had another monochrome moment on Thursday, where she sported a silk brown button down by Lagence, belted tan trousers by Gabriela Hearst and coordinating Manolo Blahnik heels for a meeting with NATO representatives, Hello! reported.
Meghan changed into something comfier to attend the sitting volleyball competition on Thursday, reaching for another sweater tank with matching pants.
The Duchess of Sussex paired a sleeveless white cable knit Ralph Lauren top with white jeans and black ankle-strap flats, wearing her hair in a ponytail and carrying a striped sweater.
Meghan and Harry had a cozy moment in their spot in the stands, where they cuddled up during a sitting volleyball match between Ukraine and Nigeria. In his opening speech for the Germany games, the Duke of Sussex revealed his wife is cheering for the country at Invictus after discovering she has Nigerian heritage — inspiring the team to give her a royal nickname!
Meghan was all smiles courtside on Thursday, and let her hair down again.
Meghan and Harry visited a brewery in Düsseldorf on Thursday evening, with the Duchess of Sussex opting for white pants paired with a red and white striped blouse.
On Prince Harry's 39th birthday, Meghan rocked a white romper with a tie belt around the waist by Zara topped with a coordinating blazer. She continued to accessorized with gold jewelry and sported sunglasses while outdoors.
Meghan recreated one of her most memorable looks — when she wore another denim dress by Carolina Herrera in 2018! — at the sitting volleyball finals.
Meghan and Harry got glam for the closing ceremony, with the Duchess of Sussex rocking a strapless teal dress by Cult Gaia.
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