Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended the Royal Variety Performance, where the 37-year-old managed to draw attention to her growing baby bump.
The event took place on Monday, November 19, 2018, at The London Palladium, and serves to aid hundreds of UK entertainers in need of help as a result of old age or health issues.
As reported by People, the Duchess of Sussex appeared to be glowing in a halter top designed by Safiyaa, with black sequins and a leaf pattern adorning the piece.
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A FIRST FOR THE DUCHESS
This was Meghan's first time attending the event and she couldn't have possibly left a greater impression as she looked wonderful with her elegant updo and Birks Snowstorm Earrings.
Harry also looked fantastic, sporting a classic tuxedo and black bow tie as he walked alongside his wife at the Royal Variety Performance, which he first attended in 2015.
Davies congratulated them on the 'wonderful news.'
A MAGICAL NIGHT
Before heading in, Meghan, who is already displaying a noticeable baby bump, received a book titled "Peepo!," written by Allan and Janet Ahlberg, along with a teddy bear with a yellow ribbon.
This year's event had Greg Davies as its host and included performances from George Ezra, Andrea and Matteo Bocelli, Take That and Clean Bandit.
As always, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were more than happy to meet and greet some of the performers before and after the show, such as Gary Barlow, the lead singer of Take That and an old friend of Prince Harry.
The Royals watched the show from the Royal Box and received a round of applause after Davies congratulated them on the 'wonderful news.'
MEGHAN UNDER ATTACK
It was definitely a night to remember for Meghan, but while she looked stunning, she was recently criticized by John Humphrys, the BBC host, who didn't approve of her ripped jeans and 'slobbish' shirts during the 2017 Invictus Games.
The 75-year-old frowned up Meghan's 'French tuck' style, which, according to him, is only adopted by men who are 'slobs' and don't care if their shirts are properly tucked into their jeans.