Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Make Special Appearance At NAACP Image Awards

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are extending their Archewell Foundation’s civil rights efforts to the digital sphere.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a special appearance at the NAACP Image Awards tonight, where the couple received the President’s Award “in recognition of special achievement and distinguished public service.” For their acceptance speech, the pair dressed in elegant looks from popular Black designers.

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Duchess Meghan wore a sapphire-blue, goddess-style dress by Christopher John Rogers, which featured a knee-high slit and a baby-blue sash that extended to a train, while Prince Harry donned a black tuxedo by Ozwald Boateng.

After beginning their speech with a reflection of the Image Awards’ legacy and a call for global support towards the people of Ukraine, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex focused their speech on introducing the new NAACP-Archewell Digital Civil Rights Award, which will honor leaders working to advance civil and human rights “at the intersection of social justice and technology,” per an Archewell statement.

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