Duchess of Sussex stuns in Dior dress at RAF Centenary

NEW FAMILY Meghan and Harry in London last Thursday

NEW FAMILY Meghan and Harry in London last Thursday

Fresh from Prince Louis's christening yesterday, the royal foursome arrived at the iconic landmark for a service celebrating the RAF's history.

Tomorrow, Meghan and Harry join the Royal Family for a service commemorating the centenary of the Royal Air Force before jetting off on a two-day visit to Ireland.

Both Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge wore their No 1 RAF unifrom.

Also attending were Kate's parents, her brother and sister and Louis' six godparents, who are close friends or relatives of William and Kate.

The list includes: Mr. Nicholas van Cutsem, Mr. Guy Pelly, Mr. Harry Aubrey-Fletcher, The Lady Laura Meade, Mrs. Robert Carter, and Miss Lucy Middleton.

The group walked into the Abbey altogether and spoke with the Archbishop of Canterbury, who just a day earlier had Christened Prince Louis.

Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex leave after the christening service.

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She paired the dress with a bespoke hat by Stephen Jones (worn with a sleek low ponytail) and matching Manolo Blahnik suede pumps.

At her first royal christening, the former "Suits" actress gave a nod to her USA roots by wearing an olive-toned design by popular American designer Ralph Lauren.

The Duchess of Sussex wore a a black dress which featured a batueu neckline and a full A line skirt.

So although Kate Middleton has opted for a pale eggshell outfit, Meghan hasn't broken protocol by wearing an all-black outfit to this event.

The Queen looked well after skipping Prince Louis's Christening on Monday, following a busy week in Scotland last week.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte holding onto their father Prince William\'s hands as they leave the chapel.

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