Meghan Markle covers baby bump in sparkly dress while visiting Cirque du Soleil after a busy day

Duchess Meghan sparkled at a Cirque du Soleil performance in aid of Sentebale.

On January 16, 2019, the Cirque de Soleil held the premiere of their new show, Totem, at the Royal Albert Hall in London in aid of the charity organization, Sentebale.

The glittering evening was attended by the Duchess Meghan of Sussex and her husband, Prince Harry, a co-founder of Sentebale.

"Sentebale means 'Forget me not' in Sesotho, and (the name) was chosen as a memorial to the charity work of our own mothers, as well as a reminder to us all not to forget Lesotho or its children."

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex

THE PREGNANT DUCHESS GLOWED IN SEQUINS

Duchess Meghan, who is renown for her unfailing elegance, wore a full-length navy sequined gown by Roland Mouret and wore her dark hair drawn back in a classic chignon. She accessorized with one of Princess Diana's favorite bracelets.

The gown hugged her figure and showed off her baby bump. The Duchess has revealed that she is six months pregnant and is due to give birth sometime towards the end of April or the beginning of May.

Sentebale was founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006 in honor of their mothers, Princess Diana, and  Queen Mamohato.

AN ORGANIZATION FOUNDED BY TWO PRINCES

The Cirque de Soleil premiere was dedicated to raising money for Sentebale, an organization dedicated to supporting vulnerable children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.  

Sentebale was founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006 in honor of their mothers, Princess Diana, and  Queen Mamohato.

TRIBUTE TO TWO ROYAL MOTHERS

Both women were involved in working for the welfare of children in Africa. Princess Diana was active in her crusade to help children who were injured by landmines and AIDS sufferers, and Queen Mamohato founded a hospital and an organization to shelter vulnerable children.

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL'S DAZZLING NEW SHOW

Cirque du Soleil's new show, Totem, is appropriately exotic and has a strong ethnic theme.

The Dukes watched the dazzling show put on by the Canadian company that has reinvented the circus for the modern age.

The distinguished audience applauded enthusiastically, relishing the show, and knowing that they were supporting a noble cause close to the Duke of Sussex's heart.

DUCHESS MEGHAN DAZZLED IN A CLASSIC OUTFIT AT MAYHEW EVENT

Duchess Meghan is keeping herself busy. despite her advanced pregnancy. On the morning of January 16, the Duchess visited the Mayhew animal welfare charity in London - an organization of which she is the Royal Patron.

The Duchess is as elegant as ever, despite her growing baby bump. She wore a beige ensemble consisting of a £24.99 H&M 'Mama' dress topped with a costly  Armani jacket. She accessorized with matching stilettos and a Stella McCartney handbag.

Meghan's large baby bump appears prominent in her tight fitting £24.99 H&M 'Mama' dress and Armani jacket reportedly worth around £2,000.

The Duchess has recently assumed the patronage of Mayhew, as well as of the National Theatre, The Association of Commonwealth Universities, and Smart Works - an organization dedicated to helping vulnerable women find work.

In a related story, Prince Harry made Duchess Meghan laugh with his cheerful dancing.

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