Meghan Markle Deals With Awards Ceremony Snafu In Royally Endearing Way

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But this changed last night at the Endeavour Fund Awards in the United Kingdom, where Markle gave her first-ever royal speech.

The bag has a gold chain, but Meghan tucked it in to use as a clutch, which helps draw attention to her stunning wedding ring, which Prince Harry has specially made.

She was absolutely glowing as she walked up to Goldsmiths' Hall in London, with the suit jacket costing €1,345 and the pants coming in at €625.

The soon-to-be-princess was on deck at the Endeavor Fund Awards at London's Goldsmiths' Hall on Thursday to honor the accomplishments of former members of the service who had been wounded or injured.

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However, the 37-year-old also seemed to hit back at critics by captioning a photo of her on the phone: "Hi, can I get zero f-- please, thanks".

The awards ceremony followed, where three prizes were given out, two by Harry and Meghan: the Recognising Achievement Award, the Celebrating Excellence Award and the Henry Worsley Award. "I have the first one - do you have the second one?" The royal-to-be wore cropped, black cigarette pants paired with a tuxedo shirt by designer Alexander McQueen. And it seems the limelight on Meghan will have a good lasting effect on Prince Harry. A spectator named Kristin Larsen even got the chance to take a selfie with the Duke, despite him jokingly telling her, "I'm allergic to selfies".

Priyanka recently gushed about best friend Meghan Markle to Harper's Bazaar Arabia, saying that her gal pal will modernize the royal institution. In fact, they designed Middleton's bridal gown for her royal wedding to Prince William in 2011.

Fans of Harry and Meghan praised the "power couple" for their power suits - but not everyone was happy with the choice of tailoring.

It's no surprise Meghan handled the hard moment so well - after all, she's been in the spotlight for most of her adult life.

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