The Duchess of Sussex looked ready to welcome spring in a turquoise dress by Victoria Beckham. The elegant style featured short sleeves, a defined waist and knee-length.
Meghan added even more blue to her look by accessorizing with a navy clutch and heels by Manolo Blahnik. A delicate pair of golden hoop earrings completed the outfit.
The American's raven mane was styled straight and parted down the centre. The lengths were tied into a sleek low ponytail.
The duchess opted for a glamorous makeup look featuring slightly smokey eyes, glossy deep pink lipstick and a touch of red on her cheeks.
Harry was also in blue! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex coordinated, thanks to his royal blue suit and tie. He contrasted the look with a white button-down.
The former actress's brilliant blue frock is a change compared to the monochromatic ensembles the California native wore to previous Endeavour Funds Awards.
Meghan was pregnant with Archie when she and Harry stepped out to last year's event! The mama-to-be wore a refined monochromatic look consisting of a bespoke Givenchy white blouse and black maxi skirt, plus, Aquazzura pumps. She also carried a Givenchy clutch.
At the 2018 Endeavour Fund Awards, Meghan opted for sleek tailoring when she accompanied her then-fiancé Harry to the event. The former Suits star sported a fitted black suit from Alexander McQueen, which she paired with a white blouse. She accessorized with a black Prada clutch and a pair of black Manolo Blahnik pumps.
Royals fans will no doubt be thrilled to see the couple out because this was their first public appearance in the UK together since they visited Canada House in London on Jan. 7.
The next day, they announced they would be stepping down from their senior royal roles. Since then, the Sussexes have mostly been keeping a low profile in North Saanich, B.C. Meghan visited a few Vancouver charities and it's reported the two attended a couple of private events in the United States.
Harry and Meghan have a series of individual and joint engagements in the coming days.Their final joint outing as senior members of the Royal Family is scheduled for March 9 when they attend Commonwealth Day services with the Queen, Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, Prince William and Duchess Kate.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will officially step down from their duties on March 31.