Meghan Markle goes for power yellow at latest royal engagement

Meghan Markle radiates in summery yellow dress for outing with Prince Harry

With so many neutral dresses on hand it seemed as though the Duchess was opting for this palette as her royal wardrobe.

Not today. For a Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge reception at Marlborough House in London, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a handsome sunshiny yellow sheath dress from American designer Brandon Maxwell.

YUI MOK/AFP/Getty ImagesHERE COMES THE SUNMeghan's dress in full, designed by Brandon Maxwell.

It's the first time Meghan has worn a bright colour on an engagement with Harry since their marriage in May.

She wore nude and pale coloured outfits to Trooping The Colour, Ascot and her Cheshire engagements with the Queen, however, there could be a good reason for that.

"We all had a great day, I think", Markle exclaimed, when asked about her royal wedding day during her first solo outing with Queen Elizabeth II.

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Meanwhile, it's also been suggested the only reason Harry and Meghan didn't hold hand at their latest engagement was because The Queen was in attendance.

The pair are attending the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge Reception, which, according to the palace, is a "culmination of the Commonwealth's youth leadership workshop".

Beauty-wise The Duchess took a pared-back approach, wearing her hair in a neat bun, no signature loose tendrils framing her face to be seen and minimal make-up.

"Meghan and I are incredibly excited to meet so many of you representing the future of the Commonwealth". One of her most recent appearances was at the Young Leader Awards reception at Buckingham Palace, where a source tells us she felt "completely at ease" with Her Royal Majesty.

Her confidence has translated into her new role as a royal as seen in her and Harry's behavior just days after their wedding at Prince Charles' 70th birthday party. The wonderful ray of sunlight in question is, in fact the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.

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