Meghan Markle and Prince Harry back to holding hands as she stuns in yellow dress designed by …
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry were today seen holding hands at a youth Commonwealth event in London.
The royal couple, who tied the knot on May 19, were photographed hand-in-hand as they walked towards London’s Marlborough House.
The Duchess of Sussex, 36, seemed to have left her jewellery at home and was just wearing a pair of stud earrings, her engagement ring and wedding ring.
But the former Suits actress still looked glamorous in a yellow dress which was designed by Lady Gaga’s stylist, Brandon Maxwell.
She had her hair in a bun for the event which was hosted by Commonwealth Secretary-General Baroness Scotland.
Prior the event, royal fans had been speculating that the pair had stopped holding hands in public after Harry appeared to rebuff her attempts last week.
Before their wedding in Windsor, Berks, the couple were always openly affectionate in public, possibly more so than other royal couple.
But last week Meghan moved her hand in her husband’s direction at the Young Leaders Reception at Buckingham Palace – but he quickly clasped his hands away from her.
It soon emerged that Harry, 33, was following traditional etiquette.
Body language expert Robin Kermode previously told the MailOnline: “The Queen rarely holds hands with her husband in public and this seems to have set an unwritten precedent for the other royals.”
Harry’s brother Prince William typically avoids holding hands with the Duchess of Cambridge during official visits.
But it seems they are not following traditional etiquette as they were seen holding hands at the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge reception on Thursday afternoon.
It marks the culmination of the Commonwealth Secretariat’s youth leadership workshop.
The workshop brings together the newly-elected Commonwealth Youth Council Executive and leaders of the Commonwealth youth networks.
It aims to encourage them to think about the future, and their role in shaping it.
The royal couple will meet those who have taken part to hear about their ideas, including individuals from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga ahead of their tour to the region this autumn.
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