Angelina Jolie Attends Royal Event In Ralph & Russo

Prince William flies privately internally in a country but takes commercial planes to fly abroad costing a lot less than his father

Prince William flies privately internally in a country but takes commercial planes to fly abroad costing a lot less than his father

What they would share was that the increase also reflected the young royals increased role in public life as The Queen reduces the number of commitments she undertakes.

It's a good thing Prince Charles likes his new daughter-in-law, because Meghan Markle has reportedly cost him a pretty penny since joining the royal family. The royal event honours the 200th anniversary of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George, an elite recognition for those who work in foreign service as officers and diplomats. Her dress - whose pale color and neckline are Meghan hallmarks - was designed by Ralph & Russo, the label worn by Prince Harry's bride-to-be in her engagement photos.

The By the Sea actress/director had her long, brown locks styled in a chignon.

Jolie's Ralph & Russo dress had a cowl neck and Angelina wore a gold brooch and matching Ralph & Russo gloves as she carried a silver clutch purse. Queen Elizabeth was supposed to officiate the ceremony but had to cancel due to feeling under the weather.

The Oscar victor was made an honorary dame by Queen Elizabeth in 2014 in recognition of her humanitarian work.

Angelina has been in England for a bit now, as she has been filming Maleficent 2 with Elle Fanning and Michelle Pfeiffer.

OK! Online spoke to body language expert and author of The Body Language Bible Judi James about what the Queen's actions reveal towards her two granddaughters-in-law.

Does Angelina Jolie successfully pull off a Duchess-inspired look with this chic ensemble, showing hints of Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton's elegant styles?

Jolie also delivered plenty of star power to the proceedings. And her look was quite unexpected.

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