Hot off the heels of her surprise appearance at the historic Major League Baseball London series game at the weekend, there's the possibility we could be getting another glimpse of the Duchess of Sussex very soon at a very glitzy event.
Just last week Buckingham Palace announced the news that the Duke of Sussex will be heading along to the highly anticipated world premiere of The Lion King on July 14th, after it was announced that the Disney re-make will benefit his own conservation work with The Royal Foundation.
While there was no word on whether Duchess Meghan would be making an appearance too, after her unannounced appearance at Olympic Park at the weekend, plus her appearance for Trooping the Colour at the beginning of June, royal fans are hopeful that she may surprise us all again.
If she does, it would serve as a seriously romantic throwback to the early days of her and Harry's relationship with one of their early dates involving them going to see the stage production of The Lion King at the West End back in December 2016!
Despite being on maternity leave, the idea isn't as far-fetched as it may seem, with a source telling Hello! that Meghan is reportedly keen to attend, however the decision will come closer to the time as she's currently making plans day-to-day depending on baby Archie, who is her number one priority.
If heading along to the glam event with Harry, the new parents will be rubbing shoulders with some big name celebs such as Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Donald Glover, Seth Rogan, Alfre Woodard, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Billy Eichner and John Oliver, and Harry's close friend Sir Elton John, who helped to compose the musical, is also likely to be in attendance.
In fact Beyoncé, who voices Nala in the film, paid tribute to Duchess Meghan in February during her BRITS acceptance speech alongside her husband JAY-Z.
The couple, who weren't able to attend the ceremony, accepted their speech in a pre-recorded video that was a recreation of their MV for Apes**t.
In their original video they pose in front of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, but in this version the world-famous painting is replaced with a portrait of Duchess Meghan in a crown, illustrated by Tim O'Brien, to which they bow down to at the end of the video.
In an Instagram post sharing the video after the ceremony Beyoncé wrote: "In honour of Black History Month, we bow down to one of our Melanated Monas.
"Congrats on your pregnancy! We wish you so much joy!"
Prince Harry, and Meghan if she attends, will meet with the cast and crew before the film's viewing as well as meeting with representatives from organisations doing ground-breaking work in the areas of the conservation and the environment.
The premiere will tie in with Disney's own Protect the Pride initiative, which according to The Telegraph has already seen them donate US$1.5 million (NZD $2.2 million) to the Lion Recovery Fund and its partners, with Buckingham Palace revealing the Royal Foundation will also be supporting the fund.
And, if we were to make a bet on how excited Prince Harry is, we'd say very excited – as he's previously admitted that it's his favourite film, having watched it more than 20 times.
We wonder if Archie will love it just as much too!
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