Royal watchers across the globe have been waiting for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to return to the spotlight.
After holidaying in Lake Como with The Clooneys, Meghan and Prince Harry are back at it.
Kicking off their royal rota for the second part of the year, the newlyweds attended a very special West End performance of the American smash musical Hamilton.
The event was held in an effort to raise funds for Prince Harry's beloved charity Sentebale, which he created with fellow Prince Seeiso of Lesotho.
The Duchess of Sussex may be three-months in to life as a royal, but that doesn't mean she doesn't occasionally dip into her Markle fashion note book.
Putting her best foot forward, the 37-year-old looked breathtaking in a black tuxedo minidress by Judith & Charles, worth $595.
The Duchess swept her locks into a chic low bun and completed her look with a pair of matching black heels and clutch.
Observers noted that Meghan's decision to wear such a sultry design was quite darling.
British jeweller Shaun Leane believes Meghan quite enjoys pushing the envelope and re-imaging how a royal should dress.
"I think Meghan is very bold and daring — she's obviously open to exploring different ways of wearing pieces and she's breaking traditions," the designer, who the Duchess has worn three of his pieces, told People.
Princess Diana comparisons
Showing off her legs may be deemed as a risque move, but her late mother-in-law was actually the pioneer of pins.
Princess Diana was celebrated for her love of fashion, and the fact that she adored taking risks.
In 1996, during a Christmas themed charity event for CentrePoint, the People's Princess actually donned a very similar outfit - which at the time became a trailblazer, inspiring many to don the same look.
Having the ability to show your personality through your clothing is a royal art form.
Duchess Catherine might not opt for a short tuxedo dress, but who can forget that bold moment back in 2016 when she stepped out with a stunning and very sultry off-the-shoulder white Barbara Casasola gown.
And Queen Elizabeth has a flair of exuding royal brilliance in her beautiful and brightly coloured coat dresses.
Countess Sophie of Wessex once shared that Her Majesty chooses to rock such pretty colours so that fans easily see her and can say "I saw the Queen!"
So what does the Duke of Sussex's style tells us: He's one charming spouse!
Proving to be the perfect date, Prince Harry looked rather sharp in a matching suit.
Hamilton is about America's founding father Alexander Hamilton.
The musical, which the Suits alum first saw with her friend Priyanka Chopra in September 2016, was created by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who was there to greet Meghan and Harry.
He went on to introduce them to his cast and crew at London's Victoria Palace Theatre.
The evening was definitely a big change of pace, having visited the Queen at her Balmoral residence over the summer.
Now it's back to the grind, with the duo set to step out together again for the annual WellChild awards - a charity that aids seriously ill children and their families and caretakers.
Then on September 6th, Harry and Meghan will be at 100 Days to Peace.
The lavish gala will highlight music from the end of World War I at Central Hall Westminster. The event will raise funds for Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and the Royal Foundation's campaign.