Meghan Markle and Prince Harry managed to make it through their first day in Rome for Misha Nonoo's wedding without being photographed, but that changed tonight. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were shot along with the other guests arriving at the designer and her entrepreneur fiancé's wedding at Villa Aurelia in Italy. The two dressed up for the evening, as the dress code dictated. All women were asked to wear floor-length gowns, while men are in tuxedos.
Meghan is wearing a black sheer dress while Harry was in a suit alongside her. Full-length photos of the dress hasn't appeared yet, but at first glance, the duchess may be re-wearing the Jason Wu dress she wore to The Lion King premiere to meet Beyoncé earlier this summer:
Nonoo is a close friend of Meghan's. The two just released their Smart Set collection together, which benefits Meghan's patronage, Smart Works. Meghan spoke about how Nonoo became part of her capsule collection (along with British retailers Jigsaw, John Lewis & Partners, and Marks & Spencer) during her speech at the line's launch event last week. "The first designer that I thought of immediately was a really good friend of mine, Misha Nonoo, who has spent a lot of time with her brand’s ethos development helping women’s empowerment but also specifically capsule wardrobes," Meghan said. "We have key pieces, and we can mix and match and really maximize what you have."
Nonoo recently spoke about their friendship to the New York Times. "She is the most generous, the most genuine person,” Nonoo said, calling the Duchess of Sussex “such a sister in the sense that, you know, if you’re her friend, she’ll do anything for you.”
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