Meghan Markle Suffers 'Presenting Gaffe' During Endeavour Awards Ceremony

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The pair attended the Endeavour Fund Awards, which honored the wounded, injured and sick service members who've taken part in sporting and adventure challenges over the a year ago.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived at Goldsmiths' Hall in London on Thursday night to attend the Endeavour Fund Awards.

Markle took place in the prize-giving ceremony at London's Goldsmiths" Hall, presenting this year's "Celebrating Excellence' award, together with one-time victor Neil Heritage, to Michael Swain: a veteran who lost both legs to a Taliban bomb in Afghanistan but went on to pursue hand-cycling to an extraordinarily high level.

Excuse me - we've got different notes.

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Can not tell you how much I love that Meghan Markle wore a menswear-inspired suit to her first royal evening soiree.

Meghan replied: "I've got mine, hang on". Audience members gave the pair on stage a huge cheer when they finally found the right notes.

Meghan broke with tradition by not wearing a dress for the royal engagement - and she looked all the more incredible for it.

Markle's $1,995 suit jacket and $795 wool straight-leg trousers are from one of Middleton's favorite designers, Alexander McQueen.

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The Royal Foundation started this effort in 2009 to promote the welfare of people serving in the Armed Forces among other charitable causes, according to the web site. Another added: "She's her own woman, love it". "I am fortunate enough to meet many of those who take part in the endeavours that we support and I am continually amazed by the tenacity, fortitude and unshakeable humour displayed by the men and women who sign up to run races, cross oceans, climb mountains or take on challenges few would even contemplate", the prince said.

It's no surprise Meghan handled the hard moment so well - after all, she's been in the spotlight for most of her adult life.

However, this won't be the first time the actress will be breaking royal tradition.

But this one was a lot more fun, no?

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