While The Queen reportedly isn't a fan, it's safe to say everyone else is loving Meghan Markle's new signature look: the sleek, black suit.
For the second time in a week, Meghan has rocked a chic ensemble - this time to the WellChild Awards in London with husband Prince Harry.
While this Altuzarra pantsuit is more business chic than the short tuxedo dress Meghan wore last week to the Hamilton performance gala, it's clear the Duchess of Sussex feels more at home in stylish business wear than palace-approved, knee-length dresses.
Despite Meghan combining her fashion-forward taste with the royal dress code, it wasn't enough to put Meghan ahead of Duchess Catherine in the sartorial stakes - Kate has been voted the best dressed royal, beating Duchess Meghan and Princess Charlotte (the 2017 winner!).
We doubt Meghan cares about who is considered 'best dressed' in the royal family though, she was there to support a cause very close to Harry's heart - which is much more important.
WellChild, a charity of which Harry is a proud Patron, aims to raise awareness and support for seriously ill children.
The charity's award night celebrates the 'inspirational qualities of the UK's seriously ill children and young people, along with those who go that extra mile to make a difference to their lives,' according to the charity's website. Award categories include 'Most Caring Young Person', 'Nurse Award' and '2018 Inspirational Young Person' (for varying age groups).
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent the night talking with ill children, and at one point Prince Harry tried to get a laugh by playing with balloon animals.
Speaking at the event, Prince Harry said: "Every one of you is truly amazing. You have shown all of us what it means to be a champion — whether for yourself, your family, your community, or someone in need."
Safe to say the night was a great success, and we have a feeling Duchess Meghan may feel a little better about this week's event than last's. Meghan had a bit of an embarrassing slip up on the pair's date night at the Hamilton performance gala.
Duchess Meghan, worried she was blocking her husband's view, tried to shuffle to the side so Prince Harry could see the camera that would be taking a photo. However as she moved, she called him by a sweet pet name. Realising her mistake, Meghan bashfully smiled and put her hand to her heart - much to the amusement of those around her.
Watch Meghan's reaction below...
We think the moment was very sweet! We look forward to seeing them at their next outing.
The next time we see the couple will be September 6th (British time) as they attend 100 Days to Peace, a charity concert marking the centenary of the end of World War I.
Keep up the good work guys!
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