Meghan Markle dazzles in floral dress in rare red carpet appearance

Meghan Markle made a rare public appearance on Sunday -- and she looked incredible!

The 35-year-old actress stepped out for a special live table read at the ATV Television Festival to celebrate the 100th episode of her USA hit, "Suits," alongside six of her series regular co-stars.

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Markle has shied away from making appearances at official public events over the past year or so, ever since she started dating Prince Harry. She famously skipped promo for the latest season of "Suits" earlier this year and hasn't posed on a red carpet in quite some time.

That being said, Markle didn't miss a beat. The stunning star donned a gorgeous, red-and-white floral dress that reached her shins and that she paired with simple, strappy red heels. She wore her hair down in a tousled style, and she was all smiles throughout the event.

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The stylish actress didn't talk directly to press, opting to simply pose alongside her co-stars Gina Torres, Patrick J. Adams, Sarah Rafferty, Rick Hoffman and Gabriel Macht. The cast partook in a reading of the series' pilot for the event, which was moderated by Entertainment Weekly's Robyn Ross.

Markle and her royal beau are notoriously private about their relationship, and Markle has yet to even confirm the romance to the press herself. Despite the pair shying away from official public engagements, they have still been photographed together numerous times and have attended more private gatherings as a couple. Most notably, Meghan and Harry stepped out for Pippa Middleton's wedding together last month.

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