Meghan Markle hits the red carpet in sequins

Meghan Markle is told 'she needs to start dressing less like a Hollywood star and more like a royal'

Meghan Markle is told 'she needs to start dressing less like a Hollywood star and more like a royal'

Meghan wore her dazzling sequin top by Safiyaa with a black maxi dress by the brand, as she attended her first Royal Variety Performance with Harry, 34, last night.

Meghan Markle and her adorable baby bump were looking extra sparkly for their latest appearance.

Other acts on the bill included George Ezra, who sung Shotgun, the cast of the musical Hamilton, and Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli with his son Matteo.

The Queen is said to have raised eyebrows over decisions being made by Prince Harry's wife since she married into the Royal Family.

The duke and duchess met the stars of the show before it began.

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From her signature messy bun to her glowing skin, Meghan Markle never fails to deliver beauty inspiration when she steps out in public. "Unless there is a power cut".

Earlier, the duchess was presented with a posy by seven-year-old Darcie-Rae Moyse from Berkshire.

Specifically, the charity assists former members of the entertainment industry now living in Brinsworth House, a residence in west London that is owned and run by the charity.

Band member Mark Owen was said to be thrilled by the short conversation, telling reporters "It's very exciting".

Young cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who performed at Harry and Meghan's wedding, also took to the stage, but the royal couple missed his encore while they were signing the guest register. It dates back to the year 1912, when King George V and Queen Mary went to the Royal Palace Theatre in London to attend the Royal Command Performance, which benefited the Variety Artistes' Benevolent Fund.

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