So Stunning: Meghan Markle Changes Into Second Wedding Dress For Evening Reception

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May 19 2018, Published 6:22 p.m. ET

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Meghan Markle’s fairy tale wedding to Prince Harry continued on into the nighttime, as the couple headed into their evening reception with the beaming bride rocking a second stunning wedding dress. 

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Meghan and Harry officially got married on Saturday afternoon, where her first dress was designed by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy. 

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They then jetted off to their wedding luncheon shortly after, where Elton John performed and their unbelievable cake was revealed. 

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Meghan then changed into her second wedding dress for the evening, which was designed by none other than Stella McCartney. Page Six revealed yesterday that her ensemble was the one she would walk down the aisle in, but it looks like she saved it for the party later on in the evening. 

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The royal couple made their way to the Frogmore House in Windsor, with Harry changing into a classic tux and Meghan looking simply breathtaking in her lily white dress with a high halter neck and sexy open back.

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As if they didn’t look great enough to begin with, Harry drove Meghan to the reception in a super sleek silver & blue Jaguar. Could this day get any better for these two?

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Which dress did you prefer on Meghan: the first, or the second? Sound off in the comments! 


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