On Thursday night, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out in London for the Endeavour Fund Awards. It's the royal couple's second time attending the ceremony, and a lot has changed since their first visit in 2018. Back then, Meghan and Harry had been engaged for a couple of months, and she was still getting used to being in the royal spotlight. A year later, Meghan is now Duchess of Sussex, pregnant with her and Harry's first child, and a dab hand at royal engagements. It's no surprise, then, that her wardrobe has evolved with her royal role.
Back in 2018, Meghan's look for the awards consisted of an Alexander McQueen suit, a pussy bow blouse, and a pair of black pumps. This time around, she stuck to the white shirt, but this time she wore a classic button down tucked into a chic black maxi skirt with a split. The design is a custom creation by her wedding dress designer, Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy. With her sleeves rolled up, Aquazzura heels, and a Givenchy clutch in hand, she looked every inch the glamorous duchess as she and Prince Harry arrived at Goldsmiths' Hall for the event. Keep reading to take a closer look.