Just when we thought Harry and Meghan were continuing their break from royal duties and enjoying the last legs of summer, we were treated to Meg’s more adventurous dress sense. The Sussexes attended a gala performance of Hamilton in London on Wednesday night, benefiting Sentebale, Harry’s longtime charity in Lesotho.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are attending a gala performance of @HamiltonWestEnd – which will raise awareness and funds for @Sentebale‘s work with children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa. pic.twitter.com/yHXe7ChklD
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) August 29, 2018
Yes, all for a very good cause but we’re here for Meghan, who wowed us with her sartorial choice once again.
#harry & #Meghan meet some of the cast & crew of @HamiltonWestEnd backstage. Boy was it hot. I’ve got to say that the show was totally inspirational and the actors were awesome. Totally amazing night. pic.twitter.com/Z5D9SV55Wz
— Emily Andrews (@byEmilyAndrews) August 29, 2018
We’ve definitely missed her style over the past month so leave it to Megs to satisfy our withdrawal by showing up in a stunning tuxedo minidress by Canadian label Judith & Charles.
The “Digital” also comes in navy and aubergine and will run you $550, surprisingly decent for a classic tuxedo dress like this. And leave it to Meghan to make a dress with a hemline inches above her knees look this classy.
According to Hello!, Meghan’s black suede pumps were Stuart Weitzman, adding a little more femininity to the ensemble. Throw in the box clutch, her simple, sleek bun and low-key makeup and the duchess did everything right.
Whether she knows it or not, Megs also channeled Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, who herself loved to rock menswear and tuxedo-inspired pieces.
And, guys, this is only the beginning. Harry and Meghan have two engagements next week — the annual WellChild Awards, so expect Harry to ham it up with bunches of kids; and a Heads Together music event — we can only assume that Megs and her fashion aren’t going to disappoint.
Until then, we’ll leave with you Harry getting his Hamilton on. You’re welcome.
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) August 29, 2018