Meghan Markle cut a stylish look in a casual shirt as she made a rare speech ...

Meghan Markle: She made a speech tonight (Image: FORTUNE)

Meghan Markle looked stylish as she made a virtual appearance at the summit tonight. She wore a smart pinstripe shirt while she spoke with journalist Ellen McGirt.

The royal opted for her signature smart casual look wearing a loose fitting pinstripe shirt.

It had blue and white stripes and Meghan styled it by leaving the buttons undone.

The mother-of-one chose minimal jewellery and wore only a small gold chain with a square pendant.

She matched this with a pair of small gold stud earrings.


The royal looked stunning as she appeared with a natural hair and make-up look.

She wore her long dark brown locks down and styled into a side parting.

Meghan wore a smokey eye and a nude lipstick with a slick of blush on her cheekbones.

A post on Fortune magazine said: "In a conversation about humane tech, Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, says, 'We have got to all put our stock in something that is true, and we need to have reliable media and news sources that are telling us the truth.

Meghan looked chic in a tan shirt which had a casual feel as she rolled up her sleeves.

The Duchess of Sussex pulled back her long hair into a casual ponytail.

She completed the look with a pair of black leather trousers.

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Who is Meghan Markle? Quick profile

Meghan Markle was born Rachel Meghan Markle, on August 4, 1981 to parents Doria Ragland and father Thomas Markle.

Her father was previously married to Roslyn Loveless and Meghan has two elder half sibling - sister Samantha Markle and brother Thomas Markle Junior.


Meghan’s first television appearance in the USA was in an episode of the medical drama General Hospital in 2002.

She later moved on

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