Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry stepped out on Wednesday evening to watch a special performance of the Cirque du Soleil's show "Totem" at the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London.
The show benefits Prince Harry's organisation Sentebale, which he established in 2006 to raise funds and awareness about the HIV epidemic.
The visit was Duchess Meghan's second engagement of the day. After making an appearance at the Mayhew animal shelter, one of her four official patronages from Queen Elizabeth, the duchess swapped puppies for acrobats for the evening.
To mark the occasion, the mum-to-be opted for a sparkly navy blue number by designer Roland Mouret.
Meghan's gown currently retails for £4,500 at Neiman Marcus and is available for purchase.
The mum-to-be paired her show-stopping long-sleeved gown with Stuart Weitzman sandals and Givenchy clutch, along with a gold bracelet that once belonged to Princess Diana.
Meghan accessorised the look with a sleek bun and a dramatic lip, along with more dramatic makeup than usual.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry looked dapper as ever in a colour coordinated navy suit and maroon tie.
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