Meghan has been busy on a series of solo royal engagements throughout her pregnancy, but she had a helping hand from her husband Prince Harry on her latest outing.
The couple arrived hand in hand and in style for the annual Endeavour Fund Awards in London on Thursday night (UK time), with Meghan completely stealing the show in a stylish monochrome outfit by Givenchy.
The duchess, 37, looked sensational in the floor-length black skirt with a split up the side, ending around her waist and coupled with a loose white shirt.
The outfit showed just how much her baby bump has grown in the last few weeks and she walked confidently alongside her husband in black and gold heels.
She wore her hair tightly back in a bun and smiled happily as they were greeted outside the hall.
The awards bash is held each year to honour wounded, injured and sick members of the Armed Forces community to reward them for taking part in sporting and adventure challenges over the last year.
The duke and duchess are expected to welcome their bundle of joy to the world in the UK spring. The newlyweds will move out of Kensington Palace this year into a property gifted by the Queen in preparation for the arrival of their baby.
And they’ve not let Meghan’s pregnancy slow them down at all in their royal duties, as they made a joint appearance just days ago in the English town of Bristol.
In one of the sweetest moments of the day, Meghan greeted a group of children and called over her husband after they asked to see Harry. The prince was seen laughing and joking with the pre-schoolers as he mucked around.
Later, Harry and Meghan were taken on a guided tour of the revamped theatre, finding out more about the theatre’s unique history and links to the local community.
The couple also dropped in on a workshop attended by local school children, which is part of the Bristol Old Vic’s outreach programme.
During their time in Bristol, the royal couple also visited One25 charity, an organisation that helps women break free from street sex work and addiction.
In a sweet personal touch, Meghan wrote messages of support on bananas that will be given out to the women, including notes that read: “you are strong” and “you are loved”.