Meghan Markle's evening reception dress showed a lot more skin




 

The newly married Duke and Duchess of Sussex are off to their evening wedding reception in high style.

Prince Harry, who drove his bride through the Windsor Great Park in the early evening sunshine, was dressed in black tie.

And the royal bride, Meghan Markle, had changed into a second dress. The gown's white halter neckline showed off her toned arms and back, a more daring look than what she chose for her wedding earlier in the day. Markle's surprisingly sexy dress was by Stella McCartney - fashion designer and daughter of former Beatle Paul McCartney - who has become a quintessential British fashion name. The slinky gown, with an on-trend halter neckline and a looser mermaid silhouette, is perfect for an evening reception.

Markle wore her hair in her favorite relaxed updo, and tucked loose strands behind her ears. Her hair was styled for the evening by George Northwood.

Her shoes, from Aquazurra, are silky satin with nude mesh, and the soles are painted baby blue, according to the official website of the royal family.

And that stunning aquamarine ring? BuzzFeed has confirmed it belonged to Harry's mother, Princess Diana.

The couple traveled from Windsor Castle to Frogmore House in a silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, which was originally manufactured in 1968 and has since been converted to electric power.

With Prince Harry in the driver's seat, the happy couple waved at photographers as they made their way to the evening reception.

For all things royal wedding, from details on Meghan Markle's dress to cute pictures of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, click here. Want to relive every moment? Watch it all here.

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