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Duchess Meghan Markle Looks So Elegant for Charity Concert with Prince Harry

10 September 2018, 12:01 | Myron Mathis

When it comes to makeup Meghan Markle is known for her glowing skin and now it has been revealed what product she has to thank for

When it comes to makeup Meghan Markle is known for her glowing skin and now it has been revealed what product she has to thank for

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, arrive to a gala concert in support of charities for military veterans. But while Harry looked dapper in a navy suit, Markle stole the show with a bright Jason Wu dress and Aquazzura pumps.

The Duchess however mixed up her beauty look for the event, opting for Old-Hollywood side-swept waves.

Fans seem to think so based on some new pics featuring Meghan Markle in which it looks like she may be hiding a baby bump under the blue dress she was rocking.

She's holding a delicate black Dior clutch, while her hair has been teased into glamorous Hollywood waves.

Her choice was widely admired but it also tweaked royal custom, which generally frowns on royal women wearing trousers for formal engagements.

In a clip posted to a royal fan page Instagram account, a doting Prince Harry, 33, is seen affectionately rubbing and caressing the back of Meghan Markle, 37, as the royal couple chat to families at the event. The Duke of Sussex has been Patron of WellChild, the national charity for seriously ill children and their families, since 2007.

Despite the fact that a new addition to the Royal family is not on its way at this time, the happy couple has mentioned in previous interviews that they do want a family together at some point.

Meghan's playful style sense also showed at the "Hamilton" gala when she wore a Judith & Charles tuxedo minidress that hovered way above her knees to better display her slender (and bare) legs.

Soprano Lesley Garrett was to perform a WB Yeats poem, and Sir Karl Jenkins was set to conduct The Armed Man: A Mass For Peace, an anti-war piece performed by choir and orchestra.

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