Meghan Markle's First Ever Awards Presentation Doesn't Go According to Plan

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The Endeavour Fund Awards ceremony honors accomplishments of sick or injured veterans who've used sports as part of their recovery.

All eyes were on Prince Harry's beau last night, when she joined him to present during the Endeavour Fund Awards.

Meghan Markle proved she's ready for anything at her first award ceremony.

Excuse me - we've got different notes.

But Markle's endearing handling of the snafu, and the facial expressions she flashed to the crowd, went down well. "If you see me there, you'll know", Chopra told Harper's Bazaar Arabia. "I have to say, she's been so charming and so dignified in the right sort of way, in a natural kind of way".

The audience cheered when they finally managed to announce the winners.

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The future-royal's understated ensemble was quite the contrast to her soon-to-be sister-in-law Kate Middleton, who has traditionally worn gowns to such events, including the printed floral Erdem gown she wore for a black tie dinner in Sweden earlier this week.

Markle's $1,995 suit jacket and $795 wool straight-leg trousers are from one of Middleton's favorite designers, Alexander McQueen. Another added: "She's her own woman, love it".

Since Meghan and Harry announced their engagement at the end of November, the happy couple - who will marry at Windsor Castle on May 19 - have embarked on a number of royal engagements created to introduce Los Angeles-born Meghan, 36, to royal life. "She's normal, she's sweet, she's nice, she thinks about the world, wants to change it and this was even before any of this happened".

They make a lovely pair, don't they?

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

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