Meghan Markle goes back to work as she joins Prince Harry and Beyonce for royal engagement
Meghan Markle will join her husband Prince Harry on the red carpet for the European premiere of The Lion King film on Sunday, along with global superstar singer and actress Beyonce. This will mark Meghan’s first royal engagement since giving birth to her and Harry’s first child, Archie Harrison, on May 6. She has appeared in public since, firstly alongside the rest of the royal Family at the Trooping The Colour celebrations at Buckingham Palace last month.
Meghan also made a surprise appearance with Archie at a charity polo match that saw Harry and older brother Prince William compete against each other.
Archie, at the tender age of two months, also attended – marking his debut at a public event.
But Meghan’s next high-profile public appearance is set to be at the premier of the new Lion King film in London on Sunday.
At the end of last month, Buckingham Palace confirmed Prince Harry will walk down the red carpet alongside stars such as Beyonce, Sir Elton John, Pharrell Williams and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
According to Hello! Magazine, the Duchess of Sussex will join Prince Harry at the star-studded event taking place in London’s Leicester Square.
Meghan is also believed to be a big fan of The Lion King which has underpinned her determination to attend the premiere.
The special outing for the new parents has great significance as early in their relationship, they enjoyed a date at the West End stage production of The Lion King in December 2016.
Sir Elton even performed Circle of Life as one of songs at the royal couple’s wedding reception to 600 guests at Windsor Castle last year.
But Meghan is also good friends with Beyonce, who stars as Nala in the classic remake from Disney.
They have grown close over recent months, with the singer including a regal portrait of Meghan in her BRIT Awards acceptance video with rapper and husband Jay-Z.
Beyonce also congratulated Meghan on her pregnancy in Instagram last October, and shared a tribute on her website in honour of Black History Month.
Part of the message read: “Meghan brought many Black traditions to her Royal Wedding including a Chicago-based Black pastor, an amazing gospel choir, and a young Black cellist.
“At the wedding her culture was front and centre, and she and Prince Harry have continued to push the race relations dialogue forward both near and far.”
In March, Meghan was hailed as a “great representation for our people” by Beyonce’s mother.
Tina Knowles praised the impact Meghan has had in challenging and changing racial attitudes since her relationship with Prince Harry began.
MailOnline reported Ms Knowles made the comments while at the opening of ‘Soul of a Nation’ at Los Angeles’ Broad Museum.
The 65-year-old said: “I mean, I think she’s beautiful, intelligent, independent young woman.
“I think it’s amazing that she got that opportunity and that she is a great representation for our people.
“It’s really wonderful.”
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