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Meghan Markle donned a £3,300 white dress as she appeared holding hands on stage with her husband Prince Harry in New York City.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared at Global Citizen Live, held at Central Park's Grand Lawn, with guests urging for global vaccine equity as they gear up to ask all first world countries to donate one billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
Meghan, 40, showcased her toned legs as she stunned in the Valentino crepe dress with gorgeous embroidery and added height to her look with black court shoes as the couple continued their New York City tour.
The Duchess accessorised with a gold watch and bracelet and wore her brunette locks in a chic low ponytail for the 24-hour global broadcast event.
Meanwhile Prince Harry, 37, looked smart in a black suit and crisp white shirt as he joined his wife on stage before putting his arm around her while she nestled into his shoulder.
The couple wore black face masks as they made their way through metal security fencing with Meghan wrapping up in a long black coat and grey check scarf despite the 23C New York City heat.
The star-studded event will see a number of high-profile celebrities in attendance as the group gathers to campaign for greater action on climate change and raise awareness of other worldwide issues.
Meghan was earlier seen arriving for a meeting at the United Nations alongside Harry as the couple looked ready for business.
In her right arm, the mum-of-two carried what appeared to be a dark laptop case and papers, as she lead the trail through the office building with Harry walking behind.
The couple were gearing up to meet Secretary-General Antonio Guterres during the UN’s annual gathering of leaders.
On Thursday 23 September the couple also visited the 9/11 memorial and were joined by New York Governor Kathy Hochul and the Mayor of NYC Bill de Blasio.
Since then, Meghan and Harry have also been spotted at the famous Melba restaurant in Harlem as they shared their thanks and support for the establishment’s effort to combat COVID in one of the city’s poorest areas.
The couple then pledged £25,000 to aid with their donations.
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