The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made a highly anticipated (and stylish!) appearance after taking most of the summer off to relax. And, of course, Meghan Markle has hit it out of the fashion park once again, this time donning a mini tuxedo dress by Canadian brand Judith & Charles. While the “Meghan Effect” swiftly wiped out stock in the black version she wore, fashion fans can still get their hands on the ‘Digital’ dress in another colour!
TRH’s The Duke & Duchess of Sussex arrive at a special gala performance of @HamiltonWestEnd in support of Sentebale this evening. The couple are met by key representatives from Sentebale and Hamilton, including @Lin_Manuel#HamiltonLDN@KensingtonRoyalpic.twitter.com/Ltv7Bk8geA— @Sentebale (@Sentebale) August 29, 2018
Double-breasted and perfectly chic for a luxe engagement at the Victoria Palace Theatre, Meghan’s mini ‘Digital’ dress comes in a rich aubergine colour. One of the more affordable options after her pricey summer engagement wardrobe , the cool ensemble rings in at $550 and is available from sizes 00 to 12 on their website . But if you have your heart set on perfectly recreating the 37-year-old’s leggy look in black, no need to fret – the brand was quick to open up the option for pre-order.
It’s not the duchess’s first time seeing the production – before her Instagram was shut down, Meghan shared a photo with Hollywood BFF Priyanka Chopra, holding their playbills on the streets of New York City. She and her husband-to-be then went on a date night this past February to see the London production on the West End. Now, the Suits alum is ringing in a Hamilton hat trick, attending a special gala production of the critically acclaimed musical about founding father Alexander Hamilton with her husband on behalf of his charity, Sentebale. The duke co-founded the organization in 2006 to support children and communities dealing with HIV and AIDS in Lesotho and Botswana. The dynamic duo also had the amazing opportunity to meet the play’s esteemed creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda .
At the end of July, the duke and duchess again supported the cause during the Sentebale Polo in Windsor. Prince Harry took home the trophy as his team won the event, but not before sharing a public smooch with his wife .