Meghan Markle steps out in a Calvin Klein dress that looks VERY similar to the H&M dress she wore

Meghan Markle steps out in a Calvin Klein dress that looks VERY similar to the H&M dress she wore
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    The Duchess of Sussex revisited a favourite fashion formula, as she joined Prince Harry
    at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday night.
    Meghan Markle wore a cream dress under a cream coat for the outing - an ensemble that looked
    strikingly similar to the one she wore for a visit to the Mayhew animal welfare charity
    in London last month.
    However, while she dressed her baby bump in a £24.99, ($32) H&M maternity dress for the
    event in January, her dress tonight was custom Calvin Klein - and cost more than 60 times
    as much.
    The £1,495 ($1,900) dress, is believed to be a shorter version of a maxi dress released,
    as part of the Calvin Klein 205W39NYC Resort 2019 collection, and features a turtleneck
    It is a similar length, shape and colour to the H&M version worn last month.
    Meghan wore the figure-flattering Calvin Klein dress under an Amanda Wakley Sculpted Tailoring
    Crombie Coat, priced at £895, which she previously wore to a Commonwealth service last year.
    At Mayhew, Meghan wore the H&M dress with a similar Armani coat worth £2,000, ($1,556).
    Tonight, the royal matched her look with Ralph Lauren Olive Green Heels.
    She also wore classic jewelry, with rose gold clover leaf styled earrings from Vanessa Tugendhaft,
    priced at £660.
    She went full glam with her make-up tonight, with a contoured and bronzed look. While her
    lipstick was a lighter shade of brown. Her hair was worn up off her face, partitioned
    to the side and her fringe swept back.
    For her Mayhew dogs trust visit she paired her look on the day with a Stella McCartney
    bag and £24.99, ($32), and finished off her nude ensemble with Dean Davidson earrings,
    and a pair of towering slingbacks.
    But Meghan isn't shy about reusing what's in her wardrobe, as her look tonight has been
    worn before.
    With the Amanda Wakeley 'Crombie' Coat worn at the Commonwealth Celebration Service
    in 2018, while she wore her Ralph Lauren Olive Green Heels and clutch at Prince Louis christening.
    As the arrived at the Natural History Museum tonight they stopped to talk to those involved
    in the theatre production, presenting her with flowers.
    The Wider Earth is a theatre production about a young Charles Darwin's expedition on HMS
    Beagle, written by David Morton.
    The performance is being held to celebrate the 210th birthday of Charles Darwin, and
    will be hosted by Julia Bradbury.
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the gala performance as His Royal Highness is
    President of the QCT.
    The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy is a unique network of forest conservation initiatives,
    that marks Her Majesty The Queen's service to the Commonwealth and conserves indigenous
    forests across the globe.
    During their tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, Meghan and Harry unveiled
    six dedications to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy (QCC), and welcomed commitment to the
    initiative by its latest member, Kiribati.
    Meghan Markle praised as 'great example for young girls' by US fashion designer!
    An American fashion designer has spoken of his pride at seeing the Duchess of Sussex
    wearing his designs while doing "good things for others".
    Brandon Maxwell, who is based in New York City, called Meghan Markle a "great example
    for young girls". The mum-to-be first wore a mustard yellow dress from his collection
    in July last year.
    The 37-year-old was then pictured in his outfits during her first overseas royal engagement
    in Sydney, as well as a recent visit to the National Theatre in London.
    Sales have soared since Meghan took an interest in his label, but Mr Maxwell, who has also
    dressed former US First Lady Michelle Obama and Lady Gaga, preferred to focus on Meghan's
    charity work during a recent interview.
    He said to Vanity Fair this week: "The cornerstone of the brand, when I started it, was women
    like my mom, and when I'm able to dress women like that, it's really not about, does everyone
    love the dress?
    "Ultimately, I'm happy if Meghan wears our dress, but I'm happy if she wears any dress
    because it's the idea of what she's doing in that dress that excites me.
    "For me, I just think that I'm proud of that. And I think that Meghan Markle, in particular,
    is such a great example for young girls to see and I'm proud to be any part of her day,
    "There is a very common thread between every woman I've been fortunate enough to dress,
    I think they are good women, setting great examples, and ultimately inspired to help
    Mr Maxwell is a big supporter of "strong women" after dedicating his runway show
    in New York to his mother this week.
    Pam Woolley bowed on the runway with her son, as the show highlighted her strength since
    being diagnosed with breast cancer last year.
    He spoke of her health struggles to The Associated Press, long with his "joy" at seeing so
    many high profile women wear his designs.
    He said: "It really is sort of the physical manifestation of, I think, the strength that
    I saw her display over the last few months.
    "When I see those women, they're wearing the clothes to do good things for others.
    "Any time I'm able to dress a woman like that and be part of her day, it's a blessed
    day for me."
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