Prince Harry, Meghan Markle kiss after first public event

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle attend their first public event at Ascot

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle attend their first public event at Ascot

The newest soon-to-be member of the royal family looked every inch the princess for her first public engagement, wearing a attractive navy assymetric Antonio Berardi dress and white blazer, plus prerequisite shades.

This weekend Prince Harry and Meghan put on their first display of affection at an official event when Meghan was pictured with her arm around Prince Harry as he leaned in for a kiss in the vehicle park at Coworth Park Polo Club, near Ascot in Berkshire.

Suits actress Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended a public event together for the first time. Markle was all smiles as she rooted for Prince Harry who participated in the event for the benefit of Sentebale and WellChild charities.

Well-informed sources have confirmed that although she is not (yet) married to the prince, the 35-year-old actress will be attending the wedding. The prince and his American girlfriend Meghan Markle were caught on camera embracing and hugging for the first time Sunday at a charity polo match. Unfortunately, Pippa chose to enforce this policy after Harry's friend Tom Inskip's wedding, which Markle attended. She finished the look with a pair of white sunglasses, Aritzia blazer, and Aquazurra shoes. On Saturday, Meghan joined Harry at the annual charity event, where he hit the fields with a gorgeous horse and galloped about.

A popular choice among both Kate and Pippa Middleton, Markle wore a dress by the British designer in March to accompany Prince Harry to a friend's wedding in Jamaica.

The occasion was a rare public outing for the couple. The next one would be on May 20, when Pippa Middleton marries millionaire James Matthews. Prince Harry has been invited to the ceremony at St Mark's Church in Englefield, and there is speculation that either Meghan will join him there, or will join him as his guest at the wedding reception.

Meghan Markle WILL be going to Pippa Middleton's wedding after all.

Princess Kate's two children - Prince George (page boy) and Princess Charlotte (bridesmaid) - will play significant parts in the ceremony.

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