Meghan Markle's wedding dress is reportedly costing $700k

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"Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have said they want their Wedding Day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too", a statement previously read.

During a walkabout before their royal duties, Harry - sporting a camel sweater, navy slacks and a matching overcoat - met an Oasis Academy school student, Sophia Richards, 10, who told him she wanted to be an actress when she grew up.

Since Markle began appearing on red carpets in the mid-aughts and amid appearances on Deal or No Deal, she's been showing off her style - whether that's amounted to a crisp white pantsuit she donned at MADE Fashion Week or a T-shirt and pair of simple jeans she sported at the Pre-Emmys Style Lounge.

"He said, 'You need to be confident and you can achieve whatever you want to achieve", Sophie told The Sun about her encounter with Prince Harry. Notably, Sophia Richards a 10-year-old student who told Harry that she had ambitions to become an actress-just like Meghan! Richards called the conversation "a dream come true". "You're using your brain in a really challenging way".

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If she follows in the footsteps of soon-to-be sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan will choose a British designer to create her masterpiece, and there's no doubt she will have already been to countless meetings about the design, and even fittings. Harry reportedly told the teenagers: "You must have brains the size of a planet".

"The one who dares to fly in the face of all these stereotypes is the best kind of role model a young female can have".

And she channelled the spirit of Diana by embracing young schoolgirls on International Women's Day.

The royal couple - who are set to be married in May - attended an event hosted by mentoring program Stemettes that aims to inspire the next generation of women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Kensington Palace said.