The evening will raise awareness and funds for the work Harry’s charity, Sentebale, do for children and young people affected by HIV.
For the occasion, Meghan looked amazing in a black Judith and Charles tuxedo mini dress. The dress diced with protocol, coming to roughly five inches above the knee.
The dress – named the ‘Digital Dress’ – costs £458 and also comes in an aubergine and navy.
It’s the first time she’s worn the little-known Canadian tailoring label, who boast a modest six thousand followers on their collective social media channels – a number you can expect to see soar very soon.
The Duchess paired the look with simple, black pointy court shoes by Paul Andrew. The ‘Pump-It-Up’ heels are not currently available online, but similar styles cost in the region of £645.
As for her clutch, the Duchess surprised everyone by opting for a £49 number: the Box Clutch in Black Glitter from Becksondergaard which is currently sold out on ASOS.
As for her beauty look, the Duchess swapped her signature daytime low-bun for a higher evening style, wearing it with a dark smoky eye and nude lips.
She also wore some stand-out gold earrings – the Yellow Gold Vermeil Talon Earrings by Shaun Leane – which complimented her high bun.
Prince Harry arrived beside his wife wearing formal black tie.
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Ahead of the show, the Duke and Duchess met with Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of ‘Hamilton’, and the cast.
For Duke and Duchess fans happy to have the couple back, you’re in luck, because we’re next due to see them on Tuesday 4th September at the Well Child Awards.
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