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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have returned to Los Angeles after their New York trip, but we’re still pouring over every little detail of their trip, and of course that includes their wardrobes.
Sharp tailoring and colour-coordinating aside, the pair made sure to add special touches to their outfits.
Prince Harry accessorised with a sweet not to Archie, while Meghan Markle debuted a new diamond ring which may or may not be a present to celebrate the birth of her daughter.
And it turns out the Duchess also paid tribute to Princess Diana, but you may have missed it. The moment happened when the pair arrived at Saturday’s Global Citizen Live event, where they would go on to urge global governments to make the vaccine accessible to all.
They were papped on their way in, and Meghan was seen carrying a Lady Dior bag, which was named after the late royal as she loved it so much and carried it everywhere.
MINI LADY DIOR BAG, £3,050 at DIOR
The Lady Dior handbag epitomizes the House’s vision of elegance and beauty. Sleek and refined, the timeless yet relevant style is crafted in black lambskin with Cannage stitching, creating the instantly recognizable quilted texture. The pale gold-finish metal ‘D.I.O.R.’ charms embellish and illuminate its silhouette. The miniature Lady Dior bag features a removable chain shoulder strap that allows it to be carried by hand, worn over the shoulder or crossbody as an ideal evening companion.
It was first given to her in September 1995 by France’s First Lady, Bernadette Chirac, on the occasion of her visit to the Cézanne exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris, sponsored by the LVMH group.
She loved it so much she ordered it in several colours, and was photographed carrying it around the world in the subsequent year. So much so, that Dior decided to rename it ‘Lady Dior’, with her blessing of course.