Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are back out working tonight, making an appearance at the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge Reception at London’s Marlborough House. Meghan wore a bright yellow sleeveless Brandon Maxwell dress while Harry looked sharp in a suit. (The dress is still available for $523, by the way.)

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The yellow dress is the brightest color Meghan has worn as a royal. Her dresses have mostly been neutrals or muted colors, especially during events with the Queen. Queen Elizabeth II is known for her bright wardrobe, and it’s likely Meghan chose light colors in order not to upstage her BFF.

In footage of the couple arriving, Harry and Meghan walked alongside each other but kept PDA to a minimal.

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The event tonight will have the two royals hearing outcomes from a Commonwealth Youth Workshop on how young leaders envision the British Commonwealth in 2040, per The Commonwealth’s Twitter. The youth-focused event is the second the two have attended in the last two weeks; they were last at the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards together. Harry is the Commonwealth youth ambassador, so it’s all fitting within the role.

Meghan and Harry will make another appearance Monday for their nephew Prince Louis’s Christening. They may also attend Wimbledon over the weekend, where Meghan’s friend Serena Williams is playing. Hello! reported earlier this month that Meghan would make several appearances at the tournament. When asked whether the Duchess of Sussex would come to see her play during a press conference, Serena said, “I don’t know, we’ll see. If I keep winning.”

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