Meghan Markle looked like an absolute vision in red as she accompanied her husband Prince Harry for an event to honour veterans in New York ahead of Remembrance Day.
The Duchess of Sussex commanded attention in a glamorous long floor-length Carolina Herrera gown that plunged down the middle and fell into an exquisite train.
Opting for a pair of matching high heel stiletto heels, the 40 year old, whose personal texts and emails with husband Harry emerged in court, completed her head-turning look by styling her raven tresses into a chic bun.
Meghan couldn't help but gush over her dapper other half Harry, who wore a dinner jacket, bow-tie and four military medals.
The pair looked very much smitten as they walked down the red carpet at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.
One reporter asked Meghan if she was proud of Harry, to which she immediately replied: "I'm always proud of him."
Harry was then asked, "How's your grandmother?", to which he smiled and nodded to signal she was doing good after her recent health scares.
Harry went on to give a speech, in which he joked that he was now living the "American dream".
"It's wonderful to be back on USS Intrepid a decade after my last visit – and a lot has changed since then," he said.
"Just last week, I went for a ride on the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile – how's that for living the American dream."
The museum pays tribute to those in the military who have honoured their roles in defending their country.
Harry said: "I've lived in the US for close to two years now. I have to say, witnessing your support for all those that put themselves in harm's way in defence of our freedoms and liberties – it's remarkable and hugely respected.
"It reminds me of the deep reverence us Brits have for our military as well. The armed forces communities in both our countries share a special bond, and I'm grateful to have served in support of our joint allyship for many years."
Harry served in the military himself for ten years, which included two tours of Afghanistan.
He has since founded the Invictus Games, an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, who are veterans or currently serving.
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