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All About the Velvet Dress Meghan Markle Wore to Christmas Lunch with the Queen

Shockingly, it's not sold out!
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We finally have a look at what Meghan Markle wore to lunch with the Queen on Christmas Day. As it turns out, underneath the camel-colored coat from Sentaler that she wore to church services, the soon-to-be royal was sporting an affordable velvet dress from Club Monaco.

The Canadian-based line confirmed the news that Markle wore the burgundy-colored "Tay" style with a post on Instagram.

"A very short-term #fbf to Christmas Day when we got a peek at the lovely @meghanmarkle wearing our velvet Tay dress to visit the royal family," reads the caption.

Surprisingly, the perfectly on-trend dress hasn't sold out yet. And better yet, it is currently on sale for $239, down from $298, so get to shopping. On the Club Monaco website, there are limited sizes available, but more can be accessed using the brand's "find in store" feature.


Club Monaco "Tay" Dress, $239

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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