Stepping out in a stunning Emilia Wickstead dress in Sydney, to open the ANZAC Memorial in Hyde Park, Meghan looked effortlessly chic, as always. And while Meghan opted for the black version of the Camila wool-crepe midi-dress, which retails for $2,110, Coleman has previously been spotted in its white iteration.
As account @harry_meghan_updates pointed out, Coleman wore the dress at the Cartier Queen’s Cup Polo Final in Windsor Great Park back in June 2018. The white version of the Emilia Wickstead dress is still available to shop, which is pretty exciting for fans of the look:
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[I posted last month on Instagram story] The dress by Emilia Wickstead first seen on the beautiful @jenna_coleman_ (who plays ”Victoria“) in June 2018, when she attended the Windsor Great Park for the Cartier Queen’s Cup Polo Final in Egham, England. And Today The Duchess in a black version for the Anzac Memorial. Both gorgeous and dressed appreciated for the occasions. 1. image: @hellomaguk 2. Image: RYAN PIERSE/GETTY
It was rumored earlier this month that Meghan and Harry had an awkward run-in with Coleman, while the royals were on a secret trip to Amsterdam. According to royal reporter Katie Nicholl for Vanity Fair, an insider alleged that, “It was pretty awkward and some of the other guests were commenting on it. Jenna looked down while Harry looked straight ahead, while Meghan didn’t seem to notice.”
The insider apparently added that Prince Harry had “been super friendly saying hi to everyone, but he didn’t even acknowledge Jenna,” at the event, suggesting that their relationship didn’t end on good terms. But it’s clear that Meghan and Jenna have the same taste in dresses.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.
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