Meghan uses an ingenious style trick to look more curvaceous

The Duchess of Sussex, 36, used an ingenious trick to create the illusion of curves while attending a benefit concert with Prince Harry in Central Hall, Westminster with Prince Harry in a blue pleated dress by Jason Wu.

She is blessed with an enviably thin figure, but the Duchess of Sussex has found a clever way to appear instantly more voluptuous.

The star of Former Suits Megha, 37, looked dazzling tonight when she wore a royal blue dress by Jason Wu to attend the 100-day concert for peace on the centenary of the end of World War I at Central Hall of Westminster with Harry.

The elegant dress had soft folds and ruffles in the front, which gives more shape to the slim figure of Meghan.

Celebrity stylist Lucas Armitage told Femail: "His figure is quite athletic, up and down, so the folds add curves and shapes to a more feminine silhouette."

It's a trick Meghan has used on several previous occasions, the last time she wore a Monaco Club dress with a pleated skirt for the wedding of Harry's friend, Charlie van Straubenzee, last month.

The Duchess of Sussex, 36, used an ingenious trick to create the illusion of curves while attending a benefit concert with Prince Harry in Central Hall, Westminster with Prince Harry in a blue pleated dress by Jason Wu.

The Duchess of Sussex, 36, used an ingenious trick to create the illusion of curves while attending a benefit concert with Prince Harry in Central Hall, Westminster with Prince Harry in a blue pleated dress by Jason Wu.

The elegant dress had soft folds and ruffles in the front, which gives more shape to the slim figure of Meghan.

The elegant dress had soft folds and ruffles in the front, which gives more shape to the slim figure of Meghan.

The elegant dress had soft folds and ruffles in the front, which gives more shape to the slim figure of Meghan.

Meghan combined her elegant blue dress with Aquazzura shoes in a matching tone with slingbacks with crystal embellishments

Meghan combined her elegant blue dress with Aquazzura shoes in a matching tone with slingbacks with crystal embellishments

Meghan combined her elegant blue dress with Aquazzura shoes in a matching tone with slingbacks with crystal embellishments

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Tonight's event will be held to support three charities that work with veterans who face mental health challenges: Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and the Mental Health Initiative of Royalty Heads together.

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.

Meghan also opted for a pleated style when she attended the wedding of Daisy Jenks and Charlie van Straubenzee on her 37th birthday in August

Meghan also opted for a pleated style when she attended the wedding of Daisy Jenks and Charlie van Straubenzee on her 37th birthday in August

Meghan also opted for a pleated style when she attended the wedding of Daisy Jenks and Charlie van Straubenzee on her 37th birthday in August

The Duchess wearing a pleated green Self Portrait dress at a reception for the Invictus Games at Australia House, London in April 2018

The Duchess wearing a pleated green Self Portrait dress at a reception for the Invictus Games at Australia House, London in April 2018

The Duchess wearing a pleated green Self Portrait dress at a reception for the Invictus Games at Australia House, London in April 2018

Meghan opted for a burgundy pleated dress when she attended the Invictus Inauguration Ceremony in her old hometown, Toronto, in September 2017.

Meghan opted for a burgundy pleated dress when she attended the Invictus Inauguration Ceremony in her old hometown, Toronto, in September 2017.

Meghan opted for a burgundy pleated dress when she attended the Invictus Inauguration Ceremony in her old hometown, Toronto, in September 2017.

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.

Harry and Meghan will have the opportunity to meet artists and representatives of the charities during the interval of tonight's concert.

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex join hands as they arrive at the Central Hall Westminster for the charity concert on Thursday evening

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex join hands as they arrive at the Central Hall Westminster for the charity concert on Thursday evening

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex join hands as they arrive at the Central Hall Westminster for the charity concert on Thursday evening

Harry and Meghan are greeted by former army chief Lord Dannatt

Harry and Meghan are greeted by former army chief Lord Dannatt

Meghan was wearing a black clutch bag

Meghan was wearing a black clutch bag

Harry and Meghan are greeted by former army chief Lord Dannatt (left) while Meghan was carrying a black bag (right)

Lord Dannatt talks to Harry and Meghan as the royal couple arrive for tonight's charity concert in central London

Lord Dannatt talks to Harry and Meghan as the royal couple arrive for tonight's charity concert in central London

Lord Dannatt talks to Harry and Meghan as the royal couple arrive for tonight's charity concert in central London

The mental health of veterans is a cause particularly close to Harry's heart.

Since leaving the Army in 2015, the Prince has focused his work on creating the Invictus Games for injured service personnel.

And she has collaborated with her brother and sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge in Heads Together, a campaign that seeks to challenge the stigma of mental health problems.

It has been a busy week for the couple who are returning to the swing of real duties after their summer vacations.

On Tuesday night they attended the annual WellChild awards that honor the courage of seriously ill children and their families.

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex enter the building along with former army chief Lord Dannatt for tonight's concert

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex enter the building along with former army chief Lord Dannatt for tonight's concert

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex enter the building along with former army chief Lord Dannatt for tonight's concert

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