• Duchess Meghan is chic in crimson as she watches Invictus basketball final with Prince Harry

    The Duchess of Sussex returned to the Invictus Games on Saturday, to sit court-side with Prince Harry and watch the nail-biting wheelchair basketball final. Meghan looked stunning in the poppy-red peplum top, which she teamed with her Royal British Legion poppy pin, just like Prince Harry. The wrap top is a knitted design by Scanlan Theodore, which she teamed with what's thought to be her favourite Outland jeans and a pair of Sarah Flint heels. She also pulled her hair back into another new style, choosing a half-up look with a bun. Love. Meghan's Invictus outfit Harry and Meghan are back in

  • Duchess Meghan wows in tuxedo dress at Invictus Games closing ceremony with Prince Harry

    The Duchess of Sussex arrived for her final engagement in Sydney on Saturday evening – attending the glittering Invictus Games closing ceremony with husband Prince Harry. For such a special occasion, she wore an olive green tuxedo-style dress by Antonio Berardi – teaming it with a pair of nude heels and gold jewellery. Gorgeous! She chose to wear her hair in a chic updo, too, mirroring the hairstyles she has often chosen for more formal events during the tour. The tuxedo silhouette is one Meghan loves, having worn it for a number of official events - it was also memorably a favourite

  • Queen Máxima reveals the special reason she wore the rare Stuart diamond for British state dinner

    Queen Máxima of the Netherlands has opened up about why she chose the stunning Stuart tiara to wear to a state dinner at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, giving a candid interview to royal reporter Rick Evers. The tiara's mammoth 39.75-carat Stuart diamond - that once belonged to England's King William II and Queen Mary II – has not been seen for decades, though the Dutch monarch has worn the headpiece as recently as May, without its largest sparkler.   Queen Máxima wore the beautiful Stuart diamond on Tuesday Speaking on camera in Buckingham Palace, the royal spoke of her decision to