Meghan Markle wore this stunning designer dress for her Oprah interview

It's sure to be a sell out!

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When it comes to her wardrobe Meghan Markle always seems to get it right - and she's done it again with her latest outfit, a gorgeous Giorgio Armani dress, which she wore to her sit down with Oprah.

• Previews of the 90 minute CBS interview special have been revealed
• Meghan stuns in the Italian designer's long triple silk georgette dress, which retails at $4,500
• In more Royal News, Prince Phillip has been transferred to Batholomew's hospital for observation. 

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Both Meghan and Prince Harry appeared in the preview, which was released last night, for their upcoming Oprah interview.

Prince Harry revealed his 'biggest concern was history repeating itself' in a teaser clip for the high-publicized interview - referring to his mother Princess Diana.

And although the subject of the interview has really captured our attention Meghan's choice of dress is also a talking point.

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The black long triple silk georgette dress, priced at $4,500, from Giorgio Armani has foliage embroidery on the right side, a deep neckline and a belt. 

The Duchess wore the dress with Aquazzura heels and accessorised it with a Pippa Small necklace and a Cartier 'Love' bangle. She also wore her hair swept back and a smoky makeup look.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who confirmed they are never coming back to the royal family after emigrating to California in January 2020, invited their friend and neighbor Oprah Winfrey to their home in Santa Barbara for a tell-all interview last month. 

Filmed over two days in their Montecito mansion, the conversation, which is due to air next week, will see the couple set the record straight on a wide range of topics, including their resignation as working royals and adjusting to life in the US.