Meghan Markle Slays First Solo Event As A Royal!

Kristopher Nichols
September 27, 2018

The former actress showcased her flawless figure with a waist cinching belt and showed a flash of leg with a thigh high split.

She's about to visit New Zealand in just a matter of weeks, but it seems Meghan Markle was a little taken aback by a traditional Māori greeting in London yesterday.

Chris Jackson via Getty Images She loves a belted look - and Givenchy.

The documentary has been filmed over the period of a year and features access to the 92-year-old monarch, her family and staff, also drawing on cine footage from the Queen and Prince Philip's private film archives.

Meghan Markleis flying solo for the first time.

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The event is the first of its kind held in Britain and marks 250 years since Captain James Cook first travelled to the region.

The exhibition will be organised around three main themes. Place-making will explore the settlement of communities and Encounter will focus on trade and exchange in Pacific cultures.

The Duchess of Sussex is greeted by members of the Royal Collection Trust, preparing the dress to be exhibited.

Meghan and Harry will set off for Fiji, Tonga, New Zealand and Australia in October for a royal tour focusing on "youth leadership, environmental and conservation efforts", according to their office, Kensington Palace.

As for the documentary, which "focuses on The Queen's role as Head of the Commonwealth and reveals how it has been a central focus and passion throughout Her Majesty's life", it airs in the United Kingdom this week, but over the pond, royal watchers will have to wait until October 1st when it premieres on HBO.

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