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Meghan Markle, 37, joined Prince Harry, 34, in London for the annual Royal Variety Performance.

Upon arrival, she went straight over to speak to a little girl who had been standing waiting for her, who gave the Duchess a teddy bear and a card for her unborn baby.

Royalists will recall the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the guests of honour previous year, while Queen Elizabeth has attended the show 39 times in the past.

Other acts on the bill included singers Rick Astley and George Ezra, the cast of the musical Hamilton, and Britain's Got Talent victor, comedian Lost Voice Guy.

"It's very exciting", he told Press Association of the royal meeting.

'As I believe they say in royal circles, one is thrilled when two become three, ' the comedian said.

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In particular, the charity assists former members of the entertainment industry living in Brinsworth House, a residential home in Twickenham, which is owned and run by the charity.

Meghan wore a full length cape blue dress by the designer at black tie reception on the first night of her royal tour in Fiji last month.

The Royal Variety Performance - a mixture of music, dance, singing and comedy - is held in aid of the Royal Variety Charity (RVC), of which The Queen is Patron. Harry made the crowd laugh by bursting into song during a speech.

"Now that I've hit the big time, nothing will shut me up", he said in the electronic voice. In a video shared on the Kensington Palace Twitter page, Meghan could be seen walking the red carpet with Harry and receiving a stunning bunch of flowers from an adoring fan.

Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli and his son Matteo sang a duet, Ezra sang Shotgun and Take That finished with Never Forget.



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