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Meghan Markle recycles involvement, interview, dress for the children’s charity awards

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To the Countess of Sussex, england, have once again recycled a favorite dress, sporting the emerald green dress she wore for the photo shoot and joint interview with the announcement of her engagement to Prince Harry at the WellChild Awards on Wednesday night.

Duchess Meghan was all smiles as she arrived at the London event, a night out in an elegant, sleeveless, knee-length dress from the brand P. A. R. O. S. H., Page Six reports. She completed the look with a camel-Sentaler edge of neutral suede heels and a courier bag.

The uk’s Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, england, are coming to attend the WellChild Awards Ceremony in London. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

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The Eagle-eyed style watchers to think of the dress on her in November 2017 and the involvement of the announcement, and in the winter of their first year in the church with the royal family at Sandringham this year.

The fashion of the moment, it is not the first time that the 38-year-old royal has worn the same clothes for many, being photographed in public performances. While recently abroad in South Africa, with a formal 10-day tour, the duchess seemed to make a point of mixing old outfits with luxurious styles and in a very publicized trip.

The WellChild Awards celebrate the inspiring qualities of some of the seriously ill and disabled young people. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

For example, as a source told Hello! the former actress’ decision to go on without her stunning engagement ring during the trip, it was a “very strong message” to her desire to be a “low key” and while doing the meet-and-greet with the public.

“The fact Meghan was agile enough to get to be aware of that, and quietly left her to the rock, and elsewhere, I think, is a very strong message,” a royal expert and author Daniela Elsner explained in an article in the News.com.au.

“In the first place, how aware it is about making others comfortable, and the second is that it is sensational, savvy, image-wise, and in the third place, that they will be more than happy to re-write the rules,” Elsner said.

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The uk’s Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, england, on the left, respond to them, if they are given the bracelets by Lyla Rose O ” Donovan, and her father, Paul, at the annual WellChild Awards in London, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019 at the latest. (Toby Melville/Pool via AP)

At the WellChild Awards, Prince Harry was visibly overcome with emotion while giving a speech at the event, in honor of the sick children and their care givers.

The sixth in line to the British throne, is patron of the event since 2007, but this is the first year he attended, as a parent, and after welcoming son Archie Harrison in mid-May.

“Last year, when my wife and I visited, we knew that we were pregnant with our first child-no one else was doing at the time, but we have had — and I have to remind myself to pinch Meghan’s hand so tightly during the awards…” he said before having to pause to collect himself.

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“… For both of us to think about what it would be like to be parents one day, and, even more importantly, what it would be like to have to do all that we can to protect and help the child, they have to be born with the immediate challenges, or when they are sick at the time,” the prince continued.

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“And now, as a parent, is to be here and to speak to all of you tugs at my heartstrings in a way that I could never have understood until I had a child of my own,” he added.

WellChild is a charity that provides support to children who are battling serious illnesses and for their families who care for them.

Fox News’ Jessica in Rome contributed to this report.

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