Meghan Markle is enjoying every bit of her new road to motherhood. The Duchess of Sussex, before her pregnancy, had announced that motherhood was on top of her bucket-list and it looks like her dreams of becoming a mother is ticking away with time and in style.
Arriving at The London Palladium, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were seen holding hands as they strutted across the red carpet. While the prince wore a smart tuxedo for the black-tie event, it was Meghan’s black sequin dress that ignited the spark for the event.
The mum-to-be was seen all glowy as she waved at the crowds while showing off her baby bump in a glittering black and white dress at the Royal Variety Performance 2018.
The duchess wore a black and white sequined dress with a flattering halterneck neckline that featured a long train that rightfully matched the glitz of the evening.
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The event was the first time, Meghan attended the annual entertainment show which raises money to support hundreds of entertainers throughout the UK, six months after tying the knot with Prince Harry at the Windsor Castle.
The Royal couple, since her pregnancy announcement in October, has been showing off her baby-bump in style. During their royal trip to Fraser Island, Meghan was pictured sweetly cradling her baby bump as she greeted well-wishers wearing a floaty linen dress by American eco-friendly brand, Reformation.
She was again spotted showing off her baby-bump in a reception and state dinner hosted by the President of Fiji in a full-length blue gown by designer Safiyaa.
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#MeghanMarkle stepped out in her most stunning pregnancy look yet at a state dinner in #Fiji, wearing a caped @safiyaa_official floor-length azure blue gown. The color is referred to as “Fijian blue” and was a tribute to the host country. #RoyalVisitFiji #RoyalBaby ðŸ‘¶ðŸ¼ pic.twitter.com/CSTzV7OqjP— THE STYLE EDIT (@TheStyleEditUK) October 23, 2018
The Royal couple is to expect their royal baby in the Spring of 2019 according to the statement by the Kensington Palace.