Published: Sat, February 03, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Meghan Markle Planning to Give Speech at Her Wedding With Prince Harry

Meghan Markle Planning to Give Speech at Her Wedding With Prince Harry

Markle took place in the prize-giving ceremony at London's Goldsmiths" Hall, presenting this year's "Celebrating Excellence' award, together with one-time victor Neil Heritage, to Michael Swain: a veteran who lost both legs to a Taliban bomb in Afghanistan but went on to pursue hand-cycling to an extraordinarily high level.

Although Markle is not a royal yet, she joined Prince Harry on the judging panel of the Endeavor Fund.

Meghan Markle was the centre of attention as she gave her first official speech as a royal-to-be on Thursday (Feb. 1).

"I don't think anybody else would be able to do it the way she will".

It was there that Markle took the podium for her first-ever royal speech during the event that celebrates the achievements of injured and sick servicemen and women who have taken part in sporting and adventure challenges over the a year ago.

Meghan took to the podium, telling the audience how honoured she was to be there, before handing over the microphone to her co-host, former award victor Neil Heritage.

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Holding on to her identity, the former Suits star has previously made headlines for appearing in public with a messy bun, mismatched earrings, and a purse rather than a clutch. "If you see me there, you'll know", Chopra told Harper's Bazaar Arabia.

Like her royal peers, the California-native has opted for neutral colors and traditional silhouettes that, thanks to modern details look fresh rather than stuffy.

Meghan Markle is making her own style rules.

Meghan and Harry braved the rain in London.

Meghan arrived on the arm of Prince Harry. "I got some unusual looks that day!" said David Lochhead, one of the four British co-founders behind the optical label Finlay & Co. Watch the clip below for more details on her edgy look!

The Royal Foundation started this effort in 2009 to promote the welfare of people serving in the Armed Forces among other charitable causes, according to the web site.

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