Meghan Markle wore more than £200,000 worth of clothes and jewellery at one day of Invictus Games
- READ MORE: Meghan Markle looks radiant in a £310 Totem halter-neck dress as she joins Prince Harry for Invictus Games reception
Meghan Markle sported almost a quarter million pounds worth of clothes and jewellery as she headed out at the Invictus Games on Friday.
The Duchess of Sussex, 42, changed outfits twice mixing high street and high end with extraordinarily expensive jewellery.
After heading out in budget J. Crew looks earlier in the week Meghan upped the designer game as she at the start of the day as she sported a £40 matching cream playsuit from Zara and a £1,350 Celine blazer to join Prince Harry at the Invictus Games.
Bringing a touch of glitz to the Merkur Spiel-Arena, the royal styled her hair in loose waves and sported a glamorous make-up look while opting for fashionable £595 Yves Saint Laurent black leather sandals.
She added a £600 Crossover Bag in Olive Grove from Cesta Collective and £250 sunglasses from Krewe.
Meghan Markle sported almost a quarter million pounds worth of clothes and jewellery as she headed out at the Invictus Games on Friday
Later, she changed into a sleek black dress as she met a delegation for the 2025 Invictus Games in Canada. Meghan wore a £390 High-Neck Ribbed Wool-Blend Midi Dress in Grey from Toteme which she paired with £500 Dioressence 100’ Black Leather Pumps
Later, Meghan changed into her third outfit opting for a £1033 Carolina Herrera denim panel dress while rewearing her Dior shoes
Thousands of pounds worth of clothes didn't appear to be enough for Meghan, who added £400 Bottega Veneta Chain Hoop Earrings and a £1000 Leo Zodiac Diamond Pendant from Brilliant Earth.
Adding even more glamour to the look, the royal wore Princess Diana 's £17,800 Cartier watch and added her $62,000 Lorraine Schwartz pinky ring made with 'diamonds gifted from the Middle East' as well as a $2,800 1972 tennis pinky ring from Shiffon and Co.
She added her £5,000 Cartier love bracelet to the look.
Later, she changed into a sleek black dress as she met a delegation for the 2025 Invictus Games in Canada.
Meghan wore a £390 High-Neck Ribbed Wool-Blend Midi Dress in Grey from Toteme which she paired with £500 Dioressence 100’ Black Leather Pumps
She added her jewellery from earlier in the day and swapped her earring for £495 studs from Pippa Small.
Later, Meghan changed into her third outfit opting for a £1033 Carolina Herrera denim panel dress while rewearing her Dior shoes.
She added a £2062 necklace from Ariel Gordon jewellery for the occasion.
Prince Harry celebrates his 39th birthday drinking beer with the Veteran's Minister Johnny Mercer (right)
Meghan enjoys a few sips of Harry's birthday beer as they watch the volleyball final
Meghan was spotted sipping a pint of beer which Harry had handed to her
Meghan joined her husband Prince Harry as he 39th birthday marked by a stadium full of fans singing a German version of Happy Birthday at the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, ahead of a volleyball final medal ceremony that left Meghan Markle teary eyed.
The packed out stadium first belted out a rendition of 'Happy Birthday' in English after a commentator told the crowd it was Harry's 39th, before going on to sing the German version of the song with the words 'Zum Geburtstag viel Glück'.
The Duke of Sussex looked caught by surprise as he waved awkwardly while the crowd burst into song and Meghan clapped along. He was then ushered to stand up and walk to the front row where he fist bumped the Invictus Games mascot Teddy.
As the English version of Happy Birthday came to an end, the commentator then told the royal: 'Prince Harry, wait a second, we are here in Germany. There is also a German version!' before the crowd went into a German rendition of the song.
Meghan Markle (pictured) stunned in a grey dress as she attended the Team Canada meeting at the Invictus Games this afternoon
The Duke (right) and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently living in the US having stepped back from royal duty, attended the event with the Duke at the Hilton Hotel in Dusseldorf, Germany
The birthday celebrations came after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex received a rock star reception when taking their seats in the Centre Court stand to watch the sitting volleyball final between Poland and Colombia.
The pair both enjoyed a celebratory beer on the Duke's 39th birthday, with Meghan - in her third outfit of the day - spotted taking a few sneaky sips of Harry's pint while he was chatting to Veteran's Minister Johnny Mercer.
Meghan was later seen wiping away tears from both eyes during a medal ceremony after congratulating athletes from Poland's victorious volleyball team, following tense game that had caused Prince Harry to jump out of his seat with excitement as the final points were scored.