Meghan Markle wows in blush pink dress at the National Theatre, showing off her growing baby bump
Pregnant Meghan Markle is pretty in peachy pink as she eases into her new role as patron of the National Theater.
Things are looking peachy for Meghan Markle who recently visited the National Theater in an outfit bearing the pastel tone.
The Duchess of Sussex glowed as she flaunted her baby bump through her blush pink Brandon Maxwell dress with a matching jacket as she breezed through the cultural site for the first time since she became its patron.
The peachy pink hue of her elegant ensemble complemented the bronze complexion of her face which she highlighted with a generous amount of blush. She tied her hair back into a messy bun as she held on to a cream and gold clutch by Carolina Herrera. She completed her look with a pair of cream colored Aquazurra heels.
ON HER NEW ROLE AS PATRON OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE
Meghan recently inherited the role of patron of the National Theatre from Queen Elizabeth who held it for 45 years. As part of her primary visit, the Duchess met with the theater’s staff and learned more about its endeavors. She also watched performances from primary school children.
The pregnant royal’s new role is something that’s close to her heart especially because of her background in theater. It’s no secret the former actress has had 10 years of experience acting in front of the television cameras before settling into her role as wife to Prince Harry. She also studied theater and international relations at Northwestern University in Illinois as well as volunteered at a performing arts after-school program for underprivileged children in Los Angeles.
ON BEING BULLIED ONLINE
Meghan’s latest appearance comes in the heels of news surrounding the alarming cases of online bullying she and her sister in law, Kate Middleton have been receiving. Kensington Palace has reportedly requested for the assistance of Instagram in managing the surge of abusive comments directed at the duchesses. Though neither have personal social media accounts, their activities have been heavily watched from the Kensington Royal account which is devoted to sharing highlights from the important daily activities of members of the royal family. Racist and sexist comments have reportedly been flooding the comments section of the account prompting Kensington Palace to take action.
"Comments left under our posts – particularly any to do with Kate or Meghan – have become increasingly hostile." https://t.co/3Zh8WvwJxO— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) January 28, 2019