Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, attended the annual Endeavour Fund Awards this evening, with Meghan displaying her gorgeous blossoming figure in a long black skirt and white shirt. The glamorous ensemble featured a thigh split and fell below her ankles, showing off the Duchess’ toned pins. The Duchess of Sussex’s outfit is a bespoke creation by Care Waight Keller for Givenchy. Clare designed Meghan’s bridal gown in May 2018 for her Royal Wedding to Harry and the women have remained close friends.
Meghan wore the shirt undone at the collar, creating a stunning silhouette for the Duchess.
She completed her get-up with a pair of killer heels which featured gold bar detailing across the foot.
The heels were by the mum-to-be’s favourite footwear brand, Aquazurra and were the Vous 105 Black and Gold Mules.
Accessorising with a small black boxy clutch bag also by Givenchy, Meghan let her monochrome ensemble do all the talking.
Meghan and Harry arrived at the event hand in hand, looking happier than ever.
The Duchess oozed radiance as she and her husband arrived on the red carpet, displaying her natural beauty by sweeping her locks off of her face.
The former Suits actress reverted back to her trademark hairstyle of a ballet bun, showing off her beautiful features with a sweep of highlighter on her cheekbones.
She completed the look with a natural pink lipstick.
Harry also looked dapper, wearing a tailored grey suit and smart black tie.
The Annual Endeavour Awards celebrate the achievements of wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women who have taken part in sporting and adventure challenges over the past year.
Meghan and Harry are just a matter of weeks away from welcoming their first child together.
As the Duchess’ due date approaches, reports about Meghan’s plans for her first baby continue to emerge.
The latest is that Meghan is planning to hire a doula.
A doula is non-medical professional who assists women and their family before, during and after birth.
Doulas are there to offer support and cannot offer any medical assistance.
However, they are there for emotional support to mothers.
The word is Greek and means “servant woman”. It comes from the tradition of having a woman, often a family member, providing non-medical support during birth.