Meghan Markle wears Dior for the first time

Meghan Markle wears Dior for the first time

And appropriate for the occasion, mother Kate Middleton chose to bring back a christening staple: a white dress by Alexander McQueen - the very designer she wore to both Prince George's and Princess Charlotte's christenings, as well as her 2011 wedding to Prince William.

It's a festive week for the royal family.

After the service, the monarch, accompanied by Prince Charles, will present a new Queen's Colour to the RAF on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace and make a short speech.

More closely, Kate is a former RAF wife herself, with William having earned his wings - along with Prince Charles, Prince Philip and King George VI - in 2008.

She also wore a coat by Alexander McQueen, and a hat by Sean Barrett, with Meghan choosing to wear a dress by Dior and a hat by royal milliner Stephen Jones. She paired the look with nude heels and a clutch.

Kate also recently attended Prince Louis's christening and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.

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The Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke of Cambridge, Duke of York, and Duke and Duchess of Sussex then attended a reception here. The Queen is scheduled to meet President Donald Trump later this week.

The RAF, described as the world's first independent air force, was founded on April 1, 1918 as an armed force independent of the British Army and the Royal Navy.

She started her morning attending a service for the RAF at Westminster Abbey alongside her husband, The Queen and other senior royals, before the royals returned to Buckingham Palace.

It's a busy week for Meghan and Harry, 33, as they'll fly to Ireland later on Tuesday ahead of a two-day royal visit, their first overseas engagement as a married couple.

A century later, the RAF is engaged in 13 missions across 26 countries and is heavily committed on operations both at home and overseas, according to Buckingham Palace.

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