On Thursday, November 8, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended an event in San Diego, California, to honor U.S. Navy veterans.
The Duchess of Sussex looked elegant and has had a symbolic remembrance of the fallen in war through her attire.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in San Diego
Meghan wore an impeccable dark tailored suit for the main event at the opening of the Navy SEAL Foundation’s new training base.
As a touching tribute, the Duchess wore a red poppy pin on her lapel, a symbol of the war dead from World War I.
Meghan complemented her sophisticated outfit with a polished bun. She also wore simple earrings and a delicate gold necklace.
Her makeup was natural in earth tones, highlighting her warmth as she interacted with veterans and their families.
Prior to the main event, the Duke and Duchess attended an Operation Bigs event, a mentoring program for children of military families.
For this morning event, Meghan wore a cream-colored Carolina Herrera sweater, valued at $1490. She again wore a poppy pin to commemorate the war dead.
Meghan’s knitted sweater, with a round neck and long sleeves, she paired it with dark pants. Her natural beauty shone through with a loose hairstyle with waves and little makeup.
At both events, the ever-elegant Duchess paid tribute to fallen veterans with poppy badges.
This symbol so meaningful to the British highlighted Harry and Meghan’s continued bond with the United Kingdom, even while residing in the United States.
Meghan’s presence alongside her husband Prince Harry appropriately honored the bravery and sacrifice of American veterans.