Meghan Markle shines at Women of Vision Awards with Prince Harry and Doria

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, dazzled at the 2023 Women of Vision Awards in New York City alongside her husband Prince Harry and her mother Doria Ragland. The event on Tuesday, May 16, celebrated Meghan’s advocacy for women’s rights and gender equity.

The 41-year-old Duchess arrived in a stunning gold strapless gown designed by Johanna Ortiz, adorned with cutouts and circular embellishments. She completed her look with matching heels from Tom Ford and a Carolina Herrera clutch. On the other hand, Harry looked dashing in a navy suit with a light blue tie, while Ragland exuded elegance in a chic long-sleeved black dress.

Meghan was honored with the Women of Vision award by the iconic activist Gloria Steinem, a close friend. The ceremony recognized Meghan as a feminist, champion of human rights and a global role model for her lifelong advocacy for women and girls.

The couple’s appearance at the awards followed Harry’s attendance at his father King Charles III’s coronation ceremony in London. Meanwhile, Meghan remained in Montecito, California, with their children, Archie and Princess Lilibet, who coincidentally celebrated Archie’s 4th birthday on the same day. A source revealed that while Meghan appreciated the invitation to the coronation, being a devoted mother, she prioritized celebrating her son’s special day.

Although Harry didn’t publicly interact with his father or brother, Prince William, during the ceremony, he had a private conversation with his father the night before, according to royal expert Nick Bullen.

Since returning from the coronation, the couple has been spotted enjoying time together. They were recently photographed having sushi with celebrity friends, including Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden.

Meghan’s presence at the Women of Vision Awards highlights her ongoing commitment to empowering women and inspiring positive change. Her influence as a prominent figure continues to resonate, inspiring women globally to strive for equality and make a difference in their communities.

Re-reported the article from the story originally published in the US

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