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Meghan Markle wore stunning Stella McCartney outfit at Queen's birthday concert

Meghan Markle wore stunning Stella McCartney outfit at Queen's birthday concert

Prince Henry: Yes. Meghan Markle: Henry, I think it's time we talk'. Fresh from wearing the most ideal floral Self-Portrait dress this morning at an Invictus Games reception, Markle attended the Queen's Birthday Party concert this evening, dressed flawlessly in a Stella McCartney cape dress.

The Queen's birthday concert took place at Royal Albert Hall, you can see Markle standing beside Harry in the same box as the 92-year-old monarch and the rest of the royal family members.

Markle's sophisticated evening look combined fashion with formality. For the concert, Markle chose a navy Stella McCartney cape dress, pairing it with the Naeem Khan Armory Zodiac clutch and another pair of Manolo's.

Royal watchers will note that Markle is taking two royal style tips from her future sister-in-law Kate Middleton, who is now anticipating the birth of her third child.

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The reception was held earlier on Saturday ahead of a special concert event celebrating The Queen's 92nd birthday, also attended by Prince Charlies, Prince William, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

In a collection of satirical tweets Twitter users have imagined the bride-to-be's reaction to the news with many suggesting that she might feel "upstaged" by the news.

"Frankly, Harry and Meghan are just happy that Kate will be there given she will only just have given birth", a source told Vanity Fair.

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