Meghan attended her first solo event since she became a royal.
The duchess represented the royal family at the Royal Academy Oceania Exhibition opening in London on Tuesday, September 25, wearing a black long-sleeve dress by Givenchy. She also used a thick belt to cinch her waist and had her clutch perfectly placed in front of her torso as she walked in. The event is also on the anniversary of when Harry and Meghan went public with their relationship in 2017 at the Invictus Games in Toronto.
The duchess' hairstyle caught some people's attention.
Meghan and Harry attended the Coach Core Awards at Loughborough University on Monday, September 24, but her multi-layered top wasn't the only thing to raise some eyebrows. The Suits alum wore her freshly-layered haircut pin straight, a look she hasn't worn since before the wedding according to a writer at Cosmpolitan. Before this, she's been wearing it in loose curls, waves or in a bun.
The publication also pointed out that Duchess Kate Middleton has pulled this trick before.
A British reporter once pointed out that weeks or a month prior to Kate Middleton announcing her pregnancy, she wore her hair differently as a way to distract people and deflect the attention away from her growing belly. So is this what Meghan is doing with her straight locks?
The former actress always gets attention for her fashion choices.
During an appearance at a charity concert on September 10, Meghan wore a gorgeous blue dress with some ruffles around her waist area. While this is all just a theory, tabloids like In Touch have reported that she's expecting twins. "They got lucky on their honeymoon. They're so excited," a source reportedly told the publication. "Becoming a father is something he has talked about from an early age, and now that's actually happening. He's saying its a dream come true." On the other hand, a source close to Kensington Palace told Us Weekly that the pair have a "busy rest of the year" and while they're excited to start a family, they've always "wanted to focus the first year of marriage on their official work and starting to bring awareness to causes close to them."