On Thursday, Duchess Meghan joined her husband Prince Harry for the Endeavour Fund Awards in London.
The Duchess made a glamorous return, wearing a figure-fitting Victoria Beckham dress; getting complimented on how amazing she looked by Claire Spencer, who was there to support her husband, Lee ‘Frank’ Spencer, who was nominated for an award.
The Duchess doesn’t usually talk about motherhood, but during her conversation with Claire, Meghan made a rare comment about her son, Archie Harrison, with Claire recalling afterward: “She said ‘oh yes, well he is ten months now and is into everything.'”
This is actually the first ever joint appearance of the two after the announced their decision to step down from their roles as senior royals in January. During his speech, Prince Harry thanked the awards guests for their support by telling them: “Meghan and I are so happy to be back here with you.” He later added: “A lot of you tonight have told me you have my back, well I’m also here to tell you, I’ve always got yours.”
This month will be the last month the two of them attend royal engagements, as beginning from March 31, they will have officially stepped back as senior royals.
On Saturday, we will get to see Harry and Meghan attend the Mountbatten Music Festival.
On Sunday Meghan will be marking International Women’s Day.
After this, the couple will most likely return to Canada, where their 10-month-old son Archie is staying with his nanny. They did the same back in January when they made a quick return to the UK, as they have been spending the last few months laying low on Vancouver Island with their baby boy, who will soon be turning one in May.
This move was met with some disappointment from the Queen and the rest of the royal family. They said they were “very sad” that they got to see so little of Archie since his birth. Despite this reports say that the two had the Queen’s blessing when they decided to go forward with the decision.