Meghan Markle rewears her engagement dress to attend Wellchild Awards ceremony

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For the first time since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal tour of Africa earlier this month, Meghan Markle made a (very fashionable) return to the royal limelight on Tuesday afternoon while stepping out for the annual WellChild Awards with Prince Harry.

Prince Harry has been a patron of the UK charity since 2007 and joins the annual awards ceremony each year to highlight the organization's work with ill children and their caregivers. Tuesday's outing marks the second time Meghan has taken part in the ceremony.

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Royal fans noticed something familiar about Meghan's look: The duchess opted to wear the same green P.A.R.O.S.H dress she wore to announce her engagement to Prince Harry in 2017. She paired the look with a Sentaler coat (we found it in black here!), Manolo Blahnik BB pumps and a $435 Montunas handbag.

The duke and duchess spent time at the event talking to the organization's honorees, including 11-year-old Milly Sutherland, who was being honored as "the most caring young person" for her dedication to her younger sister, who passed away in 2018 from Aicardi Syndrome.

According to reporters, Prince Harry and Milly bonded over both being redheads. Meghan also revealed that just today, she took Archie, five months, to his first playgroup. "It was a lot of fun. He loved it," she revealed.

For more on the couple's outing work with the organization, watch the video above.

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