Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s busy week continues with their second joint event of 2019—and a fun one at that. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just arrived at Royal Albert Hall to see the premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s Totem in support of Sentebale. As the Palace tweeted, “The evening will raise awareness and funds for Sentebale’s work with children and young people affected by HIV.” Harry is a patron of Sentebale, so it’s a big night for him and the organization.
Meghan wore a sequined Roland Mouret dress with a leg slit while Harry wore a suit alongside her at the event. Meghan carried a Givenchy clutch and wore one of Princess Diana’s bracelets with her outfit, as fashion blog Meghan’s Mirror was quick to point out:
Meghan and Harry have attended a benefit performance before for Sentebale back in September. Then, the show was Hamilton, and Meghan wore a Judith & Charles tuxedo dress with a “scandalous” no tights. It was a great look:
Meghan’s appearance tonight comes after the Duchess of Sussex started her day with another event: her first official visit to the Mayhew, an animal rescue charity and one of her four newly-announced patronages. Meghan dressed more casually for that event, wearing a $35 H&M dress to meet people and some cute animals too. Meghan will visit the last two of her patronages, the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the National Theatre, in the coming weeks.
Meghan and Harry also aren’t the only royals out at the theater today. Three miles away in London, Kate Middleton had her own morning engagement at the Royal Opera House. The Duchess of Cambridge met with the Costume Department there and dancers from the Royal Ballet. Truly a good night for the arts with the royal family.