discover the price of her sublime outfit for her last day in Nigeria

discover the price of her sublime outfit for her last day in Nigeria
discover the price of her sublime outfit for her last day in Nigeria

Still at odds with the royal family, Harry and Meghan have appeared more united than ever in recent days during their unofficial visit to Nigeria. Coming to promote the Invictus Games, the Sussexes continued visits and meetings in Abuja, before attending a polo match in Lagos, the country’s economic capital, this Sunday.

Meghan Markle opts for a very 70s look

This outing was also an opportunity to admire Meghan Markle’s sense of style, who wore as many elegant outfits as possible over the weekend. This Sunday, the last day of the visit, the duchess set her sights on a sublime backless dress, stamped with a discreet floral print. Vaporous length, plunging neckline and scarf delicately folded around the neck, Meghan Markle seemed straight out of a Californian garden party from the 70s. To complete the ensemble, the mother of Archie and Lilibeth had opted for XXL sunglasses, still in the retro theme, and a pair of fine gold sandals. If the duchess’s dress was a great success on the Web, the price risks putting off some, since this model signed Johanna Ortiz costs no less than 1,995 dollars, or around 1,850 euros.

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