The Duchess looked absolutely stunning.
The royal couple, who are currently expecting their first child this spring, attended a special performance at the Natural History Museum in London of Wider Earth, a new theatre production that supports the work they do for protecting the forests around the world.
The Duchess opted to go for a monochrome look for the outing, pairing a cream-coloured turtleneck dress by Calvin Klein paired with a coat by Amanda Wakeley. She also wore this outfit in March 2018 at the church service celebrating Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey. She added a bit of green as well, with the olive green clutch and green suede pumps that she wore for Prince Louis’ christening last summer. For her hair, she went with a simple yet fitting updo.
The production follows the journey of Charles Darwin aboard the HMS Beagle. The event is supported by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, of which Harry is president, as well as the production’s official charitable partner, The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) — a network of conservation initiatives to conserve indigenous forests across the globe.
During the first-ever royal tour as a married couple, which saw them visit Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, Prince Harry and Meghan unveiled six dedications to the QCC and welcomed the commitment to the initiative by its latest member, Kiribati.
This outing comes just days after some of Meghan’s closest friends talked to PEOPLE about how Meghan had been treated in the media.
A longtime friend who was with Meghan last month before one of her public outings told PEOPLE: “Harry and I were sitting with the dogs, and we were all chatty, and she’s painting her nails. Except for her wedding, she does all her own makeup.
Dresses herself, styles herself. I said, ‘People think when you come out of the car that you went through some metaphorical reverse car wash. Bibbidibobbidi-boo and everyone’s doing all this stuff to you. They’re not pitching you sitting by the space heater doing your own hair and nails.’ She’s very self-service.”
The couple has a very busy schedule, despite them expecting a baby. The baby’s due date is not definitively given, but it should be sometime late April or early May. But before that, the couple just announced that they will have a three-day visit to Morocco from February 23 to 25. There are no breaks on the Harry and Meghan train.