Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have proved their dedication to work towards a greater good – and they're looking darn good doing it.
The pair stepped out in Westminster together on Thursday night for a gala concert named 100 Days to Peace. The concert was held to raise awareness for military veterans suffering mental health issues.
The couple, who arrived at the venue by car, stepped out in shades of blue – a classy choice for the royal pair.
Meghan wore a dazzling royal blue midi dress by Jason Wu – one of the duchess's favourite designers. The cut was modest, featuring waterfall-effect panelling down the front.
The bold colour choice was a far cry from the black power-suits the 37-year old has been wearing of late.
Meghan paired the dress with matching blue sling back heels by Aquazzura with her hair curled and swept to the side.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry subtly matched with the princess, opting for a deep navy blue suit.
The couple greeted Lord Dannatt as they entered the event. The former head of the British Army is a friend of the royal couple and attended their wedding back in May.
The event was held to mark the centenary of the First World War, with all proceeds going to mental health charities. The royal couple mingled with the guests throughout the evening.
The duchess's dress has caused a stir among royal fans who are speculating the design with ruffles over her stomach might have been a strategic choice.
Given only days ago we saw Meghan in a fitted black pant-suit at the WellChild Awards, there's definitely no hard evidence of another royal baby on the horizon, but we're sure the duchess will keep us guessing!
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