Meghan Markle rocked a stunning tie-dye dress for her latest magazine photoshoot, proving that the 1960s trend could be about to make a comeback any day now.
- Meghan Markle rocked a Jason Wu dress in pink and cream tie-dye for her latest magazine photoshoot, pairing the stunning gown with bare feet and a dusting of gold rings.
- The Duchess of Sussex sat down with a popular US magazine this week for her first interview since the Queen's death, much to the delight of her legion of fans.
- In other royal news, Meghan Markle reveals Prince Harry's favorite US snack and the store knows his order off by heart.
Meghan Markle embraced an effortless 1960s look this week, rocking a tie-dye dress and dusting of gold ring jewelry with no shoes for her latest magazine photoshoot.
The Duchess of Sussex sat down with Variety on Wednesday for an in-depth chat on everything from the Queen's death to her rumored return to Hollywood, marking the royal icon's first interview since Her Majesty's passing in September.
The 41-year-old also posed for a number of glamorous photos and gave a rare on-camera interview, sharing a series of fun facts about herself, including her love for Jeopardy and her mastery of Bolognese sauce.
Never one to play it safe with fashion, the Duchess chose refreshingly fun garments for the profile. One of the killer outfits to feature in the shoot included a blue Carolina Herrara dress with an asymmetrical neckline, complete with stiletto strappy heels and scraped-back hair. Meghan was also pictured smiling in a Galvan green satin halterneck gown ($1,567), which had been styled with loose hair and a gold bangle bracelet.
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In another photo, Meghan wore a floaty dress with a pink and cream tye-die pattern. The billowing gown, designed by Jason Wu and believed to cost about $5,200, was teamed with a few gold rings and no shoes for that ultimate beachy finish. The stunning photoshoot took place in the leafy gardens of the five-star San Ysidro Ranch, just a stone's throw from Harry and Meghan's $14m Santa Barbara mansion in Montecito.
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The Duchess of Sussex's Variety cover had a slightly more formal vibe, with the mother-of-two wearing a sleeveless black blouse by Giorgio Armani and a gold Jennifer Fisher choker. She also looked office-ready in her video interview, wearing a sleek black blouse as she talked candidly about Archie's favorite show, playing Wordle before bed, and her new podcast, Archetypes.
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Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, Emma mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.
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