Meghan Just Wore a Gorgeous Calvin Klein Dress for a Gala with Harry

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry dressed up for another formal joint appearance to attend a gala performance of the play The Wider Earth at London’s Natural History Museum. The Duchess of Sussex looked elegant in a white Calvin Klein dress and an Amanda Wakeley coat for the event. She wore her hair up in a sleek chignon, and accessorized with a suede olive green clutch and matching pumps.

The duchess also donned dainty stud earrings and a light pink manicure for the event. The mom-to-be, who is reportedly welcoming her and Harry’s first child this spring, was seen sweetly clutching her baby bump when she arrived.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the performance in support of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, which supports young leaders around the world (Harry is also president of the organization), and The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, Her Majesty’s network of forest conservation initiatives, according to Kensington Palace.

The couple has previously worked with the Queen’s Canopy during their royal tour to Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji last October. Some of their engagements included honoring or launching sites dedicated to the conservation of nature and wildlife.

Today’s gala comes just days after Harry and Meghan’s last formal appearance, which was for the Endeavor Fund Awards honoring ill and injured veterans. The royal couple walked the red carpet for the event, to which Meghan wore a chic button-down shirt and skirt with a thigh-high slit by Givenchy.

The also weren’t the only royals hitting the red carpet this week. Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the BAFTA Awards on Sunday, with the Duchess of Cambridge looking lovely in a white one-shoulder gown by Alexander McQueen.

Kate is slated to make another formal appearance tomorrow for the 100 Women in Finance gala dinner at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, of which she is a royal patron, the Palace announced.

Will we ever get a joint red carpet moment with the entire Fab Four all together? Fingers crossed.

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