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The Duke and looked incredible on Saturday evening as they attended the Global Citizen Live event which took place in New York City and was broadcast from Central Park.
As they arrived, both were wearing black face masks while Meghan rocked a pair of sunglasses in a classic style and wrapped up warm in a black and white plaid scarf and a sleek black coat.
Meghan, who gave birth to daughter Lilibet in June, looked sensational as they later took to the stage holding hands.
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The mother-of-two wore a stunning new outfit which consisted of a white shift minidress with intricate floral embellishments, paired with black stilettos.
Beauty wise, she sported a fresh glowing makeup look that subtly highlighted her pretty features. Her hair was teased into a low pony style. Simply gorgeous!
Harry meanwhile rocked a simple white shirt and black suit, keeping the look relaxed with no tie and an open collar.
Gallery: The Duchess of Cambridge looks stunning in a white ensemble for photography event (Good Housekeeping UK)
The special event was held to urge world leaders from the G7 and European Union to adopt a vaccine equity policy to help end the COVID-19 pandemic. The group is urging those leaders to share at least one billion doses of the vaccine to those most in need. It's also calling on them to waive vaccine intellectual property rights.
Meghan Markle 'planning low-key dinner' for Harry's 37th birthday
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The event was streamed and took place in various cities around the world including New York, London and Sydney.
It's been a busy September for the Sussex's. To commemorate the Duke of Sussex's 37th birthday on 15 September, new photos of the pair were released.as the couple were named as part of the publication's 100 Most Influential People of 2021.
Meghan can be seen displaying the impeccable LA style wardrobe she is known for. In one shot, she rocked a dazzling white jumpsuit which was sleeveless, and classically cut with smooth lines and a tailored finish.
In the second, which also appeared on the Archewell website, Harry was seen rocking a very suave olive green suit (which really complemented his red hair) and Meghan wore navy trousers and a khaki roll neck, with her hair up in a chic messy bun.
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