Meghan Duchess of Sussex moved to the royal ceremony of transition, going out at the Royal Variety Performance in London.
Megan and husband Harry Prince were the royal guests of honor in raising famous charitable donations, which was presented for royal audiences in London since King George VI and Queen Mary attended in 1912.
The pregnant duchess wore an evening dress of the fashion house "Safiyaa", which also designed the blue double dress she wore for an official role in the Peggy during the royal tour last month.
The dress was covered with a long black skirt and a black-and-white pattern with thin straps and a short train.
£ 895 top and maxi skirt £ 850 total cost £ 1745 ($ A3074).
She also wore diamond earrings worth £ 7,000 (£ A12,333) from the Canadian jewelry company Birex.
It was her first performance in Variety, although Prince Harry participated in 2015.
Prince William and his wife Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge were the royal guests in 2017.
The event at the Palladium Theater in London was filmed and broadcasted in Britain later in December, a Christmas ceremony which was watched by millions of people every year, including a global audience.
Comedian and actor Greg Davis hosted the event, while pop stars Take It, Clear Bandit and 1980 singer Rick Astley – who found a new generation of fans thanks to the Internet – performed.
The cast of the plays Hamilton and Tina, Tina Turner Music, Also performed, along with George & Johnson, Ezra Giorgio, and the tenor Andrea Bocelli appeared with his son Matteo.
The show raises money for charity that helps to show business people who have fallen on hard times, become sick, or very elderly.
The Queen is the patron, and the funds pay for the management of a residential house in Twickenham, Brunsworth House, whose inhabitants are all members of the former entertainment industry.
Meghan was shown with Posy's flowers in the gardens at the Brunsworth House as she arrived at the event on a cool night in London.
The Royal Variety show is the longest performance in the world, and this year there were performances by Cirque du Soleil and Cannes Cana-Mason, filmed for fame when he played at Harry and Megan's wedding six months ago.
Mr. Davis said he was "happy to host the royal variety."
"It's a role I'm not suited to, and I'm obviously insulting a lot of people, but my mom has a hungry appetite for meeting with the royal family and it seems a reasonable price to pay for the gift of life," he told British television network ITV.
It was also announced last night that Prince Harry would make a two-day visit to Zambia, in Africa, later this month.