Meghan Markle recycles 29 dress she wore when pregnant with Archie as she attends the One Young World summit


MEGHAN Markle has become well known for her expansive designer wardrobe but she relied on a tried and tested favourite when it came to her outfit last night.

The Duchess of Sussex stunned in a purple maxi dress as she arrived at the One Young World summit on Tuesday evening.

Meghan Markle recycled a 29 Aritzia dress to the One Young World summit
She was first seen wearing the dress while pregnant with Archie in January

The Aritzia dress, which initially cost 81 but has now been reduced to 29, was first seen on Meghan while she was pregnant with Archie in January.

At that time Meghan had joined Prince Harry to visit Birkenhead, and had paired the vibrant frock with bright red accessories.

The dress from the Canadian brand has since become victim of the so-called Meghan effect and has sold out in every size, but fans can still get hold of the black version.

Tonight saw the mum opt for more muted accessories in the form of a pair of navy 540 Manolo Blahnik heeled pumps also recycled from the royal wardrobe.

She also opted for a pair of Manolo Blahnik pumps that had she had worn before
The shoes first made an appearance at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October last year

Meg was seen wearing the very same pair as she attended Princess Eugenies wedding to Jack Brooksbank in October last year.

The Duchess ditched the messy bun she had originally worn with this dress, and opted to have her hair down for this evening’s event hosted at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

According to the One Young World website, Meghan is a long-standing supporter of the organisation, having joined as a counsellor at the 2014 summit in Dublin.

Meghan was all smiles as she arrived at the event
The dress from the Canadian brand has sold out in every size since Meghan wore it, but is still available in black
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At that gathering, she addressed the young leaders on the importance of womens rights and the role men play in achieving equality, the groups website said.

Meghan is vice-president of the Queens Commonwealth Trust, which has partnered with One Young World to bring 53 people to the summit.

In other royal news, a royal commentator says that Harry and Meghan’s refusal to “put up and shut up” could be problematic for the royal family.

The couple also revealed thatbaby Archie finally found his voice on African Tour and became chattier than ever.