Good news, royal fans! We won’t have to wait long to see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle together in public again.
Kensington Palace announced today that we’ll see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex next week (praise be!) on Wednesday, January 16, at the premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s Totem in support of the Royal Albert Hall.
According to Cirque du Soleil’s website, the “Totem” show is about “the evolution of humanity from its primordial, amphibian state toward the aspiration of flight, taking inspiration from many of humanity’s founding myths.” Harry and Megs, mind if we tag along?
The performance will benefit Sentebale, a charity that Prince Harry founded in 2006 to benefit communities in Botswana and Lesotho. The evening will “raise awareness and funds for Sentebale’s work with children and young people affected by HIV,” according to the palace.
The last time we saw the Sussexes together was on Christmas Day when the royal family attended St. Mary Magdalene’s church service at Sandringham with the queen. Thankfully, we got a glimpse of Markle’s five months’ pregnant bump on Wednesday this week when she attended her newly received patronage of Smart Works.
A circus show AND a royal baby bump sighting all in one evening? Have our assistant clear our cals for Wednesday. (And by assistant, we mean ourselves.)