Prince Harry & Meghan Markle attend "Your Commonwealth" Youth Challenge Reception

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Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess stepped out at a reception for the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge looking chic as ever.

In a bold move, Meghan switched up her style, ditching her recent string of nude and pale coloured outfits in favour of a vibrant yellow dress. The former actress has worn the Brit's designs three times since being publicly linked to Harry - once for her wedding reception, for which she slid into a stunning halter-neck gown , and again at the Queen's birthday celebrations in April, where a handsome deep-blue caped dress was the order of the hour.

The sleeveless frock was by designer Brandon Maxwell who has served as Lady Gaga's fashion director! Following her and Harry's engagement announcement last November, it was revealed that Meghan would become a United Kingdom citizen.

Check out snaps of Meghan and Prince Harry as they toast young leaders.

For her Royal Ascot debut, Meghan donned their white shirt dress with floral appliques, which she paired look with a matching fascinator, cementing the luxury label's status as her first go-to brand (much like her sister-in-law Kate did with Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen).

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In a sweet reference back to her homeland, Meghan chose an American designed dress, which seemed extra fitting given the fourth of July celebrations there.

Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, has hinted in the past at why the Queen often chooses bright colours on official engagements.

"I am really looking forward to Prince Harry and Meghan (Markle) coming to Dublin and I think they are going to be made very welcome", the Taoiseach said. "We can't wait to see you in action in your home countries and learn about what you're doing to better the Commonwealth, and the world, in 2040 and beyond", Harry said addressing the attendees.

The Royal visit follows shortly after the successful trip to Cork and Kerry last month by Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. "They were just laughing because they were joking about how they were exhausted and finally it was over".