Meghan Markle rocks thigh-skimming tuxedo dress on her first public outing in a month
37-year-old Duchess of Sussex showed off her gorgeous legs in a £327 dress which was designed by Judith and Charles
The recently wed Duchess of Sussex looked stunning in a thigh-skimming tuxedo dress as she joined her husband Prince Harry at a charity performance of musical 'Hamilton'. The royal couple looked delighted as they interacted with guests inside the foyer of the Victoria Palace Theatre in London.
37-year-old Meghan Markle showed off her gorgeous legs in a £327 dress which was designed by Judith and Charles. Meghan also sported a pair of Paul Andrew pumps while Prince Harry wore a suit and tie. The royal couple was also introduced to the show's award-winning creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and his wife Vanessa Nadal before they took their seats in the theatre's royal circle.
Prince Harry also took to the stage with the cast and burst into song with his cover of 'You'll be back' which is sung by the character of his ancestor George lll in the musical. The audience clapped and cheered the Duke of Sussex on but Prince Harry was quick to warn them not to expect anything more before adding, "He did try but I said no," referring to the show's creator.
Their attendance marks their first public outing in a month. The event was held in order to benefit Prince Harry's charity Sentebale which works for and tries to help children and young people who have been affected by HIV in Southern Africa. Prince Harry thanked the audience for helping to raise thousands of pounds for his charity.
Miranda revealed to the audience that he came up with the idea of putting King George in his show while he was honeymooning. "I wrote the song on my honeymoon and smash, cut to 2018, and I am sitting next to his sixth great-grandson, the Duke of Sussex..." he shared.
Before the show, Prince Harry had said, "Guys, congratulations in bringing it over here... Thank you for doing this for Sentebale. It means so much to us and it's going to be a fun night".
Meghan, who has seen the show on both sides of the Atlantic, also asked Miranda, "Have you seen it yet in London? Because I found it so amazing to watch how that plays versus here [UK]. The response is so different but everyone loves it". This is the second time that Meghan and Harry have seen the show together as they had made an unofficial visit to see it in the month of February.
Meghan was seen in a gorgeous monochrome outfit and balanced the short length of the dress with long sleeves and a tuxedo line. Post meeting the royals, Miranda shared, "The prince's sixth-great grandfather is a character so that'll be fun and surreal for all of us. You don't get that every day. You get heads of state, we've had some popular folks come see our show but you don't often get a direct descendant of one of your main characters. They [Harry and Meghan] said they were huge fans of the show. It's a huge honor for me".