Meghan and Harry arrived at the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium, which happens to fall on their 6 month wedding anniversary. The Queen has been Patron of Royal Variety Charity since 1952. Money raised for the Royal Variety Charity helps hundreds of entertainers in need of help and assistance as a result of old age, ill-health, or hard times!

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Meghan looked glowing in a Safiyaa dress – the same designer she wore in Fiji for the State Dinner. The look included a sequined top with white floral prints and a black floor-length skirt.

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The flowers included foliage from the garden at Brinsworth House – the residential home run by the charity 💐❤️ . . . Meghan and Harry arrived at the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium, which happens to fall on their 6 month wedding anniversary👫🤰🏽❤️. The Queen has been Patron of @RoyalVariety Charity since 1952👏. Money raised for the Royal Variety Charity helps hundreds of entertainers in need of help and assistance as a result of old age, ill-health, or hard times! . . . . Great cause and I hope they have a great night alongside other guests, the show will be filmed and air sometime in December.👍 She is in a @safiyaa_official dress same designer she wore in Fiji 🇫🇯 for the State Dinner 👗 . . . . . . . . . . #duchessofsussex #princesscharlotte #duchessofcambridge #meghanmarkle #princeharry #katemiddleton #princecharles #princewilliam #princelouis #diana #rachelzane #royals #royalfamily #royalcouple #royalwedding #lfl #britishroyalfamily #buckinghampalace #kensingtonpalace #australia #royaltour #meganmarkle #princegeorge #engagementring #cooktogether #royalwedding #royaltournz

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Last year it was Kate Middleton and Prince William who represented the royal family at the event. Kate made a glamorous appearance in an ice blue Jenny Packham dress covered in metallic sequins and floral appliqués.

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