Meghan Markle Updates: Meghan Markle turned heads when she showed up at New York’s Intrepid Museum to honor veterans ahead of Veterans Day in a stunning red Carolina Herrera dress.
Meghan Markle, 40, was one of the best dressed at a special event honoring veterans on November 10. The 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala was held at the Intrepid Museum in New York City and the Duchess of Sussex wowed in a sleeveless red Carolina Herrera dress as she walked the red carpet with her husband Prince Harry, 37 years, by his side. . She had her long locks in a high bun with the look and added red heels to go along with the high slit fashion choice.
Prince Harry looked just as handsome in a tuxedo with four medals and the Knight Commander’s Cross of the Royal Victorian Order around his neck. He also added black shoes to his look and was all smiles as he greeted viewers and posed for the cameras while holding his wife’s hand. The couple also had red poppy pins attached to their clothing, a symbol used since 1921 to commemorate service personnel who died in the war.
As they walked the red carpet, a reporter asked her if she was proud of the father of her two children and her past as a veteran. “I’m still proud of him,” she said, according to PEOPLE.
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Although they look amazing, Prince Harry and Meghan were not alone at the event to show off their fashion.The first, who served in the military for 10 years, presented the inaugural Intrepid Valor Awards to five service members, veterans and military families living with invisible war wounds. The gala was also held to raise funds for Intrepid’s education program for students and veterans support programs.
Jon Bon Jovi, who has worked with Prince Harry in the past, was also in attendance and received the Intrepid Lifetime Achievement Award 2021 for his work with the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, which supports over 700 housing units. in 11 states and Washington DC, according to the foundation’s website.
The Intrepid Museum’s Salute to Freedom Gala recognizes extraordinary leadership and honors the courageous men and women who serve in the defense of our nation and ahead of the gala, Susan Marenoff Zausner, President of the Intrepid Museum, shared his delighted with Prince Harry’s involvement in this year’s celebration ceremony and expressed his appreciation for his service.