Meghan Markle’s fans in disbelief as she makes VERY unusual and unglamorous entrance at awards for ‘security reasons’ | The Sun

Meghan Markle’s fans in disbelief as she makes VERY unusual and unglamorous entrance at awards for ‘security reasons’ | The Sun

May 17, 2023

MEGHAN Markle dazzled last night at a glitzy award ceremony in New York with Prince Harry.

But while the Duchess of Sussex, 41, looked glamorous in a strapless gold dress, her entrance was rather surprising.

Footage shows Meghan, Prince Harry, 38, and Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland, 66, arriving at New York City's Ziegfeld Ballroom.

But the trio made their grand entrance through the neighbouring Hertz car rental office, before hitting the black carpet for photos.

Fans were left baffled, with one saying: “I don’t understand!!! Why the Hertz office?!”

Another added: “Look at the Hertz rental lady’s face!” 

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The Duchess of Sussex was presented with the 2023 Women of Vision Award by pal Gloria Steinem at the Ms Foundation event last night.

Meghan is said to have welled up while accepting the gong in front of "unbelievably proud" Prince Harry, guests said.

Meghan donned a tight-fitting, £1,481 gold Johanna Ortiz dress, similarly priced metallic Tom Ford heels, and held an £880 bag.

She accessorised the look with several diamond bracelets and a Cartier piece valued at around £5,890.

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The Duchess gave an "authentic" speech about issues that mattered to her as she accepted the award from feminist icon Steinem, who was on stage.

Guest Paul Didonato said: "Meghan was very gracious and beyond articulate. She was quite wonderful.

"She did become emotional. Seeing her on stage with Gloria Steinem felt like it was a cross generational moment."

In a clip from the event shared by Town and Country writer Emily Burack, Meghan could be heard telling her audience: "You can be the visionary of your own life."

She went on: "You can charter a path in which what you repeat in your daily acts of service, in kindness, in advocacy, in grace and in fairness, that those become the very things that are recognized by the next wave of women, both young and old, who will also choose this moment to join the movement, and make our vision for an equitable world, reality."

Speaking outside, Steinem said: "It was very moving, historic and funny. It was a unique night."

It was Meghan’s first public event since she missed out on King Charles III's coronation on May 6 – with Harry going to the celebration alone.

Harry made a brief 24 hour stop in the UK, but was seen leaving the ceremony celebrations quickly to head to the airport.

King Charles was reportedly disappointed his son did not make it to The Big Lunch on Sunday, according to an inside source.

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