Meghan Markle dazzles in Cartier necklace worth £12,800

Meghan Markle dazzles in a chic £620 cream bodysuit, stylish black trousers and a £12,800 Cartier necklace as she joins Prince Harry for The Invictus Games’ opening ceremony

  •  Meghan Markle looked the epitome of chic today as she attended day one of the Invictus Games in The Hague
  • The Duchess of Sussex, 40, dazzled in a Cartier necklace worth £12,800 and donned a cream £620 Khaite bodysuit 

Meghan Markle looked the epitome of chic on Saturday as she attended the opening ceremony for The Invictus Games in The Hague.

The Duchess of Sussex, 40, dazzled in a Cartier necklace worth £12,800 and donned a stunning cream off the shoulder bodysuit as she beamed beside Prince Harry, 37.

The mother-of-two teamed the ensemble with black straight leg trousers and elevated her height with a pair of stylish black heels.

Gorgeous: Meghan Markle looked the epitome of chic on Saturday as she attended day one of the Invictus Games in The Hague

Meghan accessorised with several diamond bracelets and matching silver earrings, while opting for a dewy makeup look, with a swipe of pink blush and lipstick. 

The natural beauty slicked her brunette tresses back into a low bun as she took to the stage to make her speech before packing on the PDA with her supportive husband Harry. 

The loving gesture is just the latest in a long line of public displays of affection between Harry and Meghan – who haven’t been able to keep their hands off one another since first going public with their relationship in 2017. 

Stylish: The Duchess of Sussex , 40, dazzled in a Cartier necklace worth £12,800 and donned a stunning cream off the shoulder bodysuit as she beamed beside Prince Harry

Designer Duchess: Meghan accessorised with several diamond bracelets and matching silver earrings, while opting for a dewy makeup look, with a swipe of pink blush and lipstick

Looking good: The mother-of-two teamed the ensemble with black straight leg trousers and elevated her height with a pair of stylish black heels

It comes after they spent the day meeting injured military veterans before hitching a ride on mini Land Rovers, with their Netflix crew in tow to capture every moment.   

One of the biggest cheers of the night came when Mr Rutte paid tribute to the Ukrainian team, telling them: ‘I am sure you are here with mixed feelings and great concern of what is happening back home. 

‘Some members of the Invictus community cannot be here as they are fighting on the front line. 

‘We are also thinking of those in the community who have paid the ultimate price. We are behind you and support you and together we can show that unity and solidarity will win over conflict.’

Loved-up: The natural beauty slicked her brunette tresses back into a low bun as she took to the stage to make her speech before packing on the PDA with Harry

Power couple: It comes after they spent the day meeting injured military veterans before hitching a ride on mini Land Rovers, with their Netflix crew in tow to capture every moment

Hans Ploegmakers, an injured veteran, then played the Dutch version of The Last Post on trumpet followed by a minute’s silence.

The crowd were told that an empty yellow chair would be left at each of the sporting venues to salute fallen servicemen and women who had died serving their country. 

Harry and Meghan’s arrival to tonight’s ceremony came after national teams walked out to a live military band – with Ukraine, again, receiving a huge standing ovation. 

The annual event was founded by Harry, with the first ever edition being held in London back in 2014, followed by the US, Canada and Australia

In high spirits: The beaming couple hold hands while they are cheered as they arrive to Saturday’s ceremony in The Hague

The team, who were granted special permission to compete from President Volodymyr Zelensky amid the Russian invasion, waved to the cheering crowds while the band’s cover of Euphoria by Loreen blasted through the rafters.  

Tonight’s ceremony features live performances from the Kaiser Chiefs, along with Dutch singer-songwriter Anneke van Giersbergen and Hague-based rock band DI-RECT.

The Games will run until next Friday and will see more than 500 competitors from 20 nations battle it out in events including archery, athletics, wheelchair basketball and sitting volleyball.

The annual event was founded by Harry, with the first ever edition being held in London back in 2014, followed by the US, Canada and Australia. 

The Hague was supposed to host the 2020 Games but it was pushed back to this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.   

Meet and greet: Harry and Meghan stop and chat with competitors from Team Netherlands after arriving to the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games

Competitors at the Invictus Games record the moment Harry and Meghan walk out to the stadium during the opening ceremony

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