Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a royal wedding over the weekend—but this time, it wasn't their own. And while Meghan didn't wear a Givenchy gown with a miles-long veil this time around, she did inspire some serious outfit envy.
The newlyweds watched Harry's cousin, Celia McCorquodale, walk down the aisle with George Woodhouse at St Andrew and St Mary's Church in Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire, The Daily Mail reports.
The bride, who's Princess Diana's niece, wore a long-sleeved, lace, princess style gown. She accessorized her look with the Spencer tiara, which is the same one her aunt wore on her own wedding day to Prince Charles in 1981. Meghan did not wear the Spencer tiara to the May 19 royal wedding, opting instead for Queen Mary's bandeau.
However, the Duchess of Sussex did have some chic headwear of her own for Saturday's festivities. In traditional British fashion (literally), she paired her long-sleeved blue-and-white Oscar de la Renta shirtdress with a white fascinator, and finished the look with a mirrored clutch and white heels. Prince Harry matched his outfit to his wife's, dressing up his formal tails with a cream vest and light blue tie. He was reportedly every bit the doting husband, and offered his arm to help Meghan steady herself after a near fall.
It's been a big week for Meghan Markle, who took her first solo trip with Queen Elizabeth to Chester, England, on June 14. She had the chance to ride the royal train with Mama, as she calls the Queen, which not even Prince Harry has had the privilege of doing. A few days prior, the couple made their first post-wedding public appearance at the Trooping the Colour, hot off of their dreamy-sounding honeymoon in East Africa.
Clearly, Meghan and Harry know how to stun at a royal wedding, whether it's their own or someone else's.