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Power Couple: Duke and Duchess of Sussex Dazzle at Military Charity Gala

Power Couple: Duke and Duchess of Sussex Dazzle at Military Charity Gala

It was organised by the Royal Armouries to mark the century of the end of the First World War.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex dazzled at a charity gala last night, kickstarting the royal family's fall series of engagements and appearances after spending the summer in various remote castles and hideaways.

But there was one detail in her look that captured a lot of attention on Twitter; the ruffles over her stomach.

The Duchess of Sussex once again wowed crowds as she arrived at Central Hall Westminster for a charity gala music evening with her husband Prince Harry on Thursday evening.

The Duchess of Sussex wore a blue sleeveless Jason Wu dress, Aquazzura heels, and a small navy Dior clutch.

It seems Prince Harry just can not take his hands off wife Meghan Markle.

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The couple eattended the Well Child Awards earlier this week to celebrate the bravery and courage of seriously ill children.

In the intermission, they were to meet with performers and charity leaders.

Meghan and Harry looked relaxed and happy as they entered the building.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are thinking about the future.

The overseas trip will also include stops in New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga.

Harry, who spent 10 years in the British army and served two tours in Afghanistan, is an active campaigner for the provision of mental health help to people serving in the British military if they need it.


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