The Markle sparkle! Meghan dazzles in a £895 sequin top and £850 maxi skirt her Royal Variety Performance debut – and finishes the look with her favourite £7,000 diamond earrings
- Duchess of Sussex wore a Safiyaa ensemble for the Royal Variety Performance
- The £895 sequin top and £850 maxi skirt skimmed over her baby bump
- Pregnant Meghan, 37, added a pair of £7,000 diamond earrings by Birks
- Brought even more sparkle with a glittery black and gold evening clutch
The Duchess of Sussex looked every inch the Hollywood star as she arrived for her Royal Variety Performance debut on Monday night.
Pregnant Meghan, 37, opted for a £895 sequin top and a £850 maxi skirt by Safiyaa – a London-based designer she first wore in Fiji last month – as she joined husband Prince Harry, 34, for the glittering charity event at the London Palladium.
The radiant royal, who is expecting her first child next spring, brought even more sparkle to her look with a glittery black and gold clutch and £7,000 diamond earrings from Canadian jewellery brand Birks.
Glittering: Pregnant Meghan, 37, opted for a £895 sequin top and a £850 maxi skirt by Safiyaa – a London-based designer she first wore in Fiji last month – as she joined husband Prince Harry, 34, for the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium on Monday night
Blooming: The dazzling bustier top with an asymmetric overlay peplum skimmed over her blooming baby bump. She paired the piece with a flattering black maxi skirt by the deisgner
Meghan was greeted in the theatre foyer by seven-year-old Darcie-Rae Moyse, of Berkshire, who presented her with a beautiful posy of winter blooms, before she made her way inside to meet the acts including Take That.
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For the occasion, Meghan donned a dazzling bustier top with an asymmetric overlay peplum that skimmed over her blooming baby bump.
The top, covered in a bicolour leaf sequin, had a simple black strap added to give the mother-to-be more support during the high-profile outing.
All-out glamour: The top, covered in a bicolour leaf sequin, had a simple black strap added to give the mother-to-be more support during the high-profile outing, pictured
Royal support: Meghan wore a full length cape blue dress by London-based designer Safiyaa at black tie reception on the first night of her royal tour in Fiji last month, pictured
She teamed the piece with a fitted black skirt, also from the designer. The high-waisted maxi was cut to flatter the Duchess’ figure and featured a slight train.
Meghan wore a full length cape blue dress by the designer at black tie reception on the first night of her royal tour in Fiji last month.
The spectacular £1,095 outfit, by German-born designer Daniela Karnuts, was made in the same shade of blue as the Fijian flag.
Duchess’ diamonds: The radiant royal, who is expecting her first child next spring, brought even more sparkle to her look with £7,000 diamond earrings from Canadian brand Birks
Firm favourites: Meghan has worn the accessories on a number of occasions, including on a two-day visit to Ireland in July, pictured
Adding to the drama of tonight’s look, Meghan plumped for a pair of £726 black high heeled pumps by go-to shoe brand Aquazzura.
She also carried a glittering black clutch that look strikingly similar to the Stella McCartney worn to a charity performance of Hamilton with Prince Harry in August.
The Duchess also recycled another part of her look: her £7,000 Snowstorm earrings by Birks, which she has worn on a number of previous occasions.
The 2.15ct diamond earrings are crafted in 18kt white gold and add sparkle to any outfit.
Evening bag: The duchess completed the look with a glittering clutch, although the designer is unknown
Repeat appearance: It looks strikingly similar to one used by the designer for a charity performance of hit musical Hamilton in London in August
As the couple made their way down the line-up, both seemed delighted to meet the cast of Hamilton again, a few months after seeing the show on stage for the second time.
The cast members congratulated Meghan on her pregnancy. ‘Thank you,’ the Duchess smiled.
The Royal Variety Performance – a mixture of music, dance, singing and comedy – is held in aid of the Royal Variety Charity (RVC), of which The Queen is Patron.
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