Since she and Prince Harry announced they were quitting royal life back in January, the former TV actress has been laying low, far away from Britain, with her 10-month-old son (and a team of security).
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But on the last royal hurrah before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s exit deadline of March 31, she’s emerged like we’ve never seen her before. Sure, it could be partially because we’ve been so starved of glittering shots of the couple in recent times – but there’s no denying they’ve upped the glam stakes by about a thousand megawatts for their final run of royal outings.
Firstly, there was this breathtaking appearance at the Endeavour Fund Awards last Thursday night:
Meghan was positively glowing in her fitted turquoise Victoria Beckham dress, as she beamed throughout the evening and delivered a moving speech.
The annual ceremony celebrates the achievements of wounded armed service personnel and veterans who use sports and “adventurous challenges” as part of their recovery – and Prince Harry, who served in the British Army for a decade, is the founder of the Endeavour Fund.
On Friday, Meghan turned up for a surprise visit to the National Theatre, of which she is royal patron, looking every bit the Hollywood star in an all-white outfit.
Her skirt, believed to be by designer Roland Mouret, was paired with a Topshop blouse featuring sheer statement sleeves.
On Saturday evening, the Duke and Duchess received a standing ovation at the Royal Albert Hall as they made this showstopping arrival at the annual Mountbatten Festival of Music:
The couple looked every inch the fairytale Prince and Princess as they held hands and made their way to the royal box.
For the glittering occasion, Meghan wore a red Safiyaa cape dress, dazzling Simone Rocha earrings and red Aquazurra heels, while Harry donned military dress for his final appearance as Captain General of the Royal Marines.
The remaining opportunities for fans to see Harry and Meghan in full royal mode are now in very limited supply, with just a matter of weeks before their royal exit deadline of March 31 arrives.
But before then, they have been confirmed to attend the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on Monday (local time), where they will have their first public reunion with the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.