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Well, it’s official: Meghan Markle will certainly be a vision in white. Though the royal wedding is still a month away (May 19, we repeat, May 19!), the bride-to-be decided to give us a glimpse of what she looks like in a white dress.

On Wednesday, Prince Harry and Meghan were spotted on their way to attend an event in London. The pair met with the delegates of the Commonwealth Youth Forum, an organization which Harry was recently appointed as ambassador of.

While Harry sported a heather gray blazer, black slacks, a white shirt and navy skinny tie, Meghan was by his side in an Altuzarra Audrey button-detailed ottoman midi dress.

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Part of Joseph Altuzarra’s Pre-Spring 2018 collection, the white midi dress is striped and sleeveless with buttons down the front and a belted waist. Taking inspiration from the rural styles of women in France, the dress is said to specifically reference aprons in Bretagne.

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According to People, during the reception the pair were updated on cross-cultural connections and challenges attendees were currently facing. Specifically, the couple spoke with a group of LGBT advocates, as LGBT rights will be a key aspect in the royal couple’s future public work.

People also reports Markle’s appearance at an event concerning the Commonwealth Heads of Government was “unprecedented,” seeing as she is not yet officially apart of the Royal Family.

If you ask us, it seems as though the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family have the utmost confidence in her already.