What will Meghan Markle's royal title be after she marries Harry?

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What also sets her apart is her protocol-breaking love of cross-body bags, from her green Strathberry accessory in Edinburgh to this gorgeous striped bag by Australian brand Oroton, which Prince Harry's attractive fiancée wore when she visited London on April 19 for the Commonwealth Youth Forum.

With just 30 days to go before their wedding, Prince Harry and Ms Markle looked relaxed meeting 500 young people who were taking part in the event's youth forum on Wednesday afternoon. Markle looked flawless for the occasion in an Altuzarra dress paired with a Camilla and Marc blazer and strappy Tamara Mellon heels.

Opting for a clashing look, the brunette beauty teamed it all with a pinstripe dress by American label Altuzarra.

Held at the Queen Elizabeth II Center, the engaged couple spoke with participants as well as youth delegates and leaders that attended the sessions.

Meghan Markle is the epitome of cool, setting her apart from past royals thanks to her edgy style and willingness to experiment with new trends.

While she's always been a fashion icon, Meghan's sartorial choices post her engagement with Prince Harry seems to be the talk of the town.

Meghan is also expected to take part in the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting's Women's Empowerment reception on Thursday evening, meeting charities from around the world that strive for gender equality.

Ms Markle completed the look with a Oroton bag - the Avalon Zip Top Crossbody (£171) - very far from the Mulberry bags and varieties of clutch we normally see the Duchess of Cambridge sporting.

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