Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are coming out for a star-studded night, what happens on their sixth wedding anniversary!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended Royal Variety Performance at The London Palladium on Monday, an annual televised event that helps the Royal Variety Charity benefit hundreds of UK artists who need help and assistance as a result of old age and bad health. or difficult times.
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Meghan wore a Safiyaa outfit, with black sequins with a pattern of leaves that adorned the top of the vest that showed a flash of its growing bulk of baby, for his first appearance in the Royal Variety Performance. She put her hair back in an elegant updo that highlighted her dazzling Birks Snow Storm Earrings, which she had used on several occasions, including her solo outing in September to see the "Oceania" exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art in London. Piccadilly.
Harry, who looked impeccable in a classic tuxedo and a black bow tie, attended for the first time the star-studded event, which had previously featured performances of Lady Gaga, The Beatles and Elton John, in 2015 at the Royal Albert Hall.
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Before entering, Meghan accepted a gift from a young fan. Then he briefly took Harry's hand as they made their way to the entrance.
The expectant mother bent to accept a bouquet of flowers from a young woman dressed in pink inside the London Palladium.
This year, the program was presented by Greg Davies and included performances by Take That, George Ezra, Clean Bandit, the cast of Tina, the musical by Tina Turner and Andrea and Matteo Bocelli.
Meghan and Harry will also be entertained by the cast of Hamilton, just three months after the royal couple attended a gala performance of the musical West End with the creator of the Lin-Manuel Miranda program to raise funds for one of Harry's long-standing charities, Sentebale. Meghan even took a step back to the special performance in his outfit on Monday, opting for the same clutch!
The future royal parents met with various artists before and after the show.
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The origins of Royal Variety Performance date back to 1912, when King George V and Queen Mary agreed to attend a "Royal Command Performance" at the Palace Theater in London to help the Benevolent Fund of Variety Artistes. In July 1919, the second Royal Show was held and he was the first to receive the bill for "Royal Variety Performance".
Held at the London Coliseum, the show was organized as a "celebration of peace" and, as expressed in the official announcement, "the King had commanded him to show his appreciation for the generous way in which the artists on the scene of the variety they had helped the numerous artists, funds related to the war. "