Inside Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s glamorous night out for the Royal Variety Performance

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Duchess Meghan’s days of walking the red carpet as an actress may be well and truly over.

But on Monday, November 19th the Duchess of Sussex proved she still knows how to make a dazzling entrance as she and husband Prince Harry attended the annual Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium in the British capital.

The 37-year-old pregnant royal stunned in a floral black and white sequinned halter-neck top, which perfectly showcased her growing baby bump, which she teamed with a black maxi fish-tail skirt – both of which were by British designer Safiyaa.

Meghan finished off her look with an elegant bun, natural make-up, a sparkling clutch, black stiletto heels and intricate diamond earrings.

It was a royal night out for Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry on Monday night.

Meghan chats to Take That’s Gary Barlow backstage.

Prince Harry looked as dapper as ever in a stylish black suit and bow-tie combo.

In a touching moment, as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to the event, the soon to be mother was gifted a beautiful posy of flowers by seven-year-old Darcie-Rae Moyse.

When royals and popstars collide! Prince Harry greets Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen of Take That.

Meghan stunned in a two-piece ensemble by London-based designer Safiyaa.

The Royal Variety Show is an annual gala thrown every year to help raise money for the Royal Variety Charity, who The Queen is a patron of.

Each year, a senior member or couple from the royal family attend the bash, which is always full of singing, music, dance and comedy.

And pop! Meghan’s baby bump is getting bigger.

Ever the gentleman, Prince Harry sweetly guided his wife into the venue.

This marks Harry’s second time at the event and his first-ever time with his new wife.

Last year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the royal guests of honour.

Once the couple were inside, they were seated in the royal box and watched a slew of performances from Take That, Clean Bandit, Andrea and Matteo Bocelli, George Ezra and two dramatic offerings from the cast of Hamilton and Tina, The Tina Turner Musical.

The best seats in the house: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex watched on from the royal box. (All images: Getty Images)

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