Kate attended the RAF 100th anniversary celebration wearing a RAF Dacre brooch on her robin's egg blue Alexander McQueen coat. She has made three other appearances at family affairs since welcoming her son though-events the full royal family is expected to attend if they can. Appearances like this are rare for Kate, as she just welcomed Prince Louis April 23 and won't be doing public events regularly until the fall following her maternity leave.
Anyone meeting Meghan Markle for the first time might easily be star-struck - a well-known actress turned duchess isn't someone you come across very often.
Kate also stepped out in her go-to designer on Monday for Prince Louis's Christening.
Ms Seward told People.com: "She has blossomed and looked more confident, beaming with happiness". Markle finished the look with a fascinator by Stephen Jones and a matching pair of heels and bag by Dior.
Photos from the christening of Prince Louis showed that if anyone was nervous before the ceremony in the chapel Royal St. James's Palace, it is not exactly the main character of the day. To release, Middleton chose a stylish dress from your favorite British brand Alexander McQueen.
More closely, Kate is a former RAF wife herself, with William having earned his wings - along with Prince Charles, Prince Philip and King George VI - in 2008.
White gloves are a mainstay of the Queen's wardrobe, no matter what the weather, and while Meghan has yet to actually don any gloves (apart from leather ones in winter), at yesterday's christening she was carrying a pair that matched her olive Ralph Lauren dress.