Prince Harry definitely married a stunner! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked gorgeous as they stepped out to attend a charity performance at the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday night.
Meghan literally sparkled in a gorgeous black gown beside her husband at the central London venue.
Meghan, who recently revealed she is six months pregnant, wore the £3,400 floor-length dress by Roland Mouret as she joined Harry to watch the premiere of Cirque du Soleil's 'Totem' at the iconic venue. She accessorized her sparkling gown with a bracelet that belonged to Princess Diana and a black satin clutch bag by go-to designer Givenchy.
The star performance was organized in support of Harry's charity Sentebale, which works towards supporting children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.
At the venue, the royal duo met up representatives from the charity and Cirque du Soleil, before taking their seats as guests of honor.
The couple's outing came hours after Meghan's visit to Mayhew, an animal welfare charity in north London. The pregnant Duchess seemed to have quickly turned her head-to-toe cream ensemble for a night at the theatre into a stunning gown.
The Duchess' Roland Mouret sequinned tulle number featured cropped sleeves, a demure front slit and a figure-flattering cut that hugged her blossoming baby bump. Just so as to not take away attention from the dress, Meghan kept her accessories minimal, including the late Princess Diana's gold, open bangle bracelet with two dark stones.
She was previously seen wearing the bracelet on the first day of the royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji in October last year. Her clutch was also recycled, for she had taken it at the royal visit to Dublin in July last year and at her first solo royal engagement in London last September.
While Meghan dazzled with her sparkly gown, Harry opted for a smart navy blue suit, which he matched with a crisp white shirt and a dark red tie. Earlier in the day, Meghan's visit to Mayhew came on the heels of her being made a patron of the north-west London charity.
The pregnant royal was also seen quite recently in Birkenhead with Prince Harry during the couple's first joint engagement this year, where she let slip the due date of her baby. Meghan, while chatting to well-wishers in the Merseyside town, also revealed that the royal couple still has no clue to the gender of their baby, as they want it to be a 'surprise'.