The royal family gathered to celebrate the christening of Prince Louis in London today. Meghan Markle wore an olive green Ralph Lauren dress and matching hat by Stephen Jones for the occasion. This is the second time, Meghan opted for a different color after her wedding.
A vision in olive green, the Duchess of Sussex arrived to the Chapel Royal of St. James' Palace for the ceremony alongside Prince Harry. The couple entered the church behind Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Meghan once again opted for a boatneck dress, which has become one of the royal's signature silhouettes in the past few months. Going for a full-on monochromatic moment, she added matching suede Manolo Blahnik pumps and a Stephen Jones hat.
For her first several engagements as an official member of the royal family, Meghan Markle chose an all neutral color palette—opting for blush pinks, muted beige, and off white for all of her royal duties alongside Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry.
Last week, she first broke her neutral outfit streak when she wore a bright yellow boatneck dress by Brandon Maxwell to the ‘Your Commonwealth’ Youth Challenge Reception alongside Prince Harry.