The Duchess of Sussex pulled her glamorous side in a dress from Jason Wu while attending a gala concert tonight.
Meghan, 37, accompanied her husband, Prince Harry, to 100 Days to Peace, a musical evening in aid of mental health charities organized by Royal Armories, the national collection of weapons, armor and firearms, for mark the century of the end of the First World War.
The couple arrived at Central Hall Westminster by car and were greeted by Lord Dannatt, a former British army chief, who is also a trustee of Royal Armories and a friend of the prince.
He was personally responsible for Harry's first tour of Afghanistan when he was in the army and he and his wife, Lady Dannatt, attended his and Meghan's wedding.
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex join hands as they arrive at the Central Hall Westminster for the charity concert on Thursday evening
Meghan brings out her glamorous side in a blue Jason Wu dress paired with deeper blue heels for the London concert
Harry and Meghan are greeted by former army chief Lord Dannatt (left) while Meghan was carrying a black bag (right)
The one-time concert will be a night of music and reflection in aid of three charities that work to support military veterans facing mental health challenges; Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and Heads Together: the campaign of the Royal Foundation and the mental health initiative.
The first half will include two performances by Lesley Garrett; "Wish the fabrics of heaven", a poem by WB Yeats published in 1899 and the first lines of & # 39; For the Fallen & # 39 ;, written by Laurence Binyon in 1914 and adapted by Sir Karl for 100 Days to Peace.
He will also gather Samuel Bordoli's The Great Silence, written in memory of the choristers killed in World War I, with the charity Remembered, presenting his Armistice installation of 2018 & # 39; There But Not There & # 39 ;.
For the second half, Sir Karl Jenkins will lead his internationally acclaimed The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace, performed by the Royal Choral Society and the Philharmonia Orchestra.
Originally commissioned by the Royal Armories to mark the turn of the millennium to create a legacy of peace and hope for the future, this will be the only performance of The Armed Man in England in 2018 directed by Sir Karl himself.
The music will be played against the backdrop of Hefin Owen's movie, The Armed Man.
During the intermission, His Royal Highnesses will meet some of the artists of the evening at a reception in the Hall of Presidents, as well as representatives of the three charities and the Trustees and sponsors of Royal Armories.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at Central Hall near Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament tonight
The Duchess of Sussex pulled out her glamorous side in a dress by Jason Wu while attending tonight's gala concert
Harry and Meghan seemed happy and held hands when they came to the charity concert in London this afternoon