Meghan Markle radiates in summery yellow dress for outing with Prince Harry

Calvin Saunders
July 7, 2018

Meghan Markle's personal style, both before and after becoming the Duchess of Sussex, has always boasted her own personal flair - a sleek and modern aesthetic with a dash of Cali girl cool.

Defending her supposed accent change, one user wrote: "It's not a full blown accent but it is coming out here and there". As you'll hear in the video below, Meghan's accent slips a touch into Dowager Countess of Grantham territory on a few occasions, particularly in the phrase: "We've all (awwwhhlll) had a great day".

The Duchess of Sussex had all eyes on her when she arrived holding the hand of her husband Prince Harry and royal fans were quick to compliment her handsome outfit. She also talked about her wedding with a woman who complimented her on her bridal look.

YUI MOK/AFP/Getty ImagesHERE COMES THE SUNMeghan's dress in full, designed by Brandon Maxwell. She completed the knee-length sleeveless sheath dress look with nude pumps.

Following closely at Givenchy's heels in Meghan's roster of favoured designers is Stella McCartney.

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The duchess had her hair in a low bun that displayed a set of gorgeous AU$670 * a href="*2nGiS3mv0Y&cvosrc=affiliate.linkshare.*2nGiS3mv0Y" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" *Adina Reyter diamond earrings.

It's the first time Meghan has worn a bright colour on an engagement with Harry since their marriage in May.

Harry and Meghan then attended their first Royal Ascot as a married couple in June.

Instead, the 36 year old displayed her toned pins in the midi-dress, elongating her height in a pair of nude court shoes.

According to James, Markle displayed a "comfortable transition into her new role as a royal" as she walked alongside Harry in a completely different manner. Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world's best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue.

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