Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan attend his childhood friend's wedding

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The Duchess of Sussex, celebrating her 37th birthday on Saturday, attended separately and waved to crowds of well-wishers as she entered.

'Meghan stepped out in dark-color like someone attending a funeral, and did she deliberately flaunt her bra for the camera?

Royal watchers have also noted a sartorial change of direction as her daring pre-wedding style has been replaced by more conservative choices.

According to the United Kingdom tabloid The Mirror, well-wishers sang "Happy Birthday" as Meghan arrived.

Van Straubenzee, one of Harry's oldest friends from the Ludgrove school in Berkshire and along with Prince William, gave a speech along with Prince William at Harry's Frogmore House wedding reception in May.

Duchess Meghan of Sussex is just like us.

Meghan Markle Celia Mccorquodale and George Woodhouse
Meghan Markle Celia Mccorquodale and George Woodhouse

Weekend reports suggested advisers to Prince Harry are finally attempting to re-establish contact with Thomas Markle. I suppose the good news is she did wear quite a lovely lace bra, ' another, seemingly more mild response to the wardrobe malfunction reads.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are also not far behind when it comes to giving each other nicknames. After giving several revealing interviews to the press, he has claimed he's been cut off from contact with Meghan.

In fact, the attention got to be so much that at one point she began wearing disguises in London to avoid unwanted eyes.

The tweet came after Samantha had joked about her sister and Prince Harry's intention of retreating from the media - calling Meghan Cruella DeVil.

It's no secret being a part of the British royal family comes with a whole host of benefits, but as we've seen time and time again there are plenty of drawbacks too.

She said: "They work towards resolve and peace". Harry first introduced his then fiancé Meghan to the Queen at Balmoral previous year.

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