Meghan Markle can light a room.

The Duchess of Sussex left Wednesday night with her husband, Prince Harry, for a performance of the Cirque du Soleil show, Totem, at the Royal Albert Hall.

The evening was a profit for Harry's charity, Sentebale, that he founded with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho more than ten years ago helping young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.

The former actress "Suits" wore a navy blue sequined dress Roland Mouret which costs about $ 5,600, as indicated by People. The duchess completed her look with a black Givenchy clutch, black strappy heels and a bracelet from the late Princess Diana's collection.

All the sparks!

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All the sparks!

She wore her hair in a tight, separate bun, and added a bright red lipstick to complete her glamorous, shiny look. Harry completed his wife's outfit in a navy blue suit with a burgundy tie.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the premiere of Totem du Cirque du Soleil, for the benefit of Sentebale Charity, at the

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the premiere of Cirque du Soleil's Totem show, in aid of the Sentebale charity, at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Saluting the crowd at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Saluting the crowd at the Royal Albert Hall.

Chatting with some of the Cirque du Soleil artists in the background.

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Chatting with some of the Cirque du Soleil artists in the background.

Earlier in the day, the Duchess visited one of her new patronages, Mayhew, an international association for the protection of animals.

In addition to meeting very adorable dogs (which she fell in love with), she received an interesting compliment.

"You are a fat lady!" one of the women said, pointing to the belly of the Duchess of Sussex, while everyone in the room was laughing.

"I'll take it!" Meghan answered, taking the comment with a magnifying glass.

"You are a fat lady!"

Meghan responds favorably to a darling woman's comment on her baby's growth during a visit to a charity dedicated to animal welfare

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– ITV News (@itvnews) January 16, 2019

As many have pointed out on Twitter, the comment is actually a compliment.

I do not know where the speaker comes from, but "fat" is one of the greatest compliments of many African cultures.

– Alex Morey (@ 1 AMorey) January 16, 2019

I've tweeted on another thread while at the hour. I am Jamaican. This is a Jamaican lady. That's how it's called Jamaican "You're very pregnant"

– queenbhuie (@queenbhuie) January 16, 2019

Kensington Palace announced four new Meghan sponsorships last week, including two since the Duchess paid a public visit.

The duchess will take over from the queen as patroness of the National Theater and the Association of Commonwealth Universitieswhich offers scholarships and educational opportunities.

She will also work with Smart Works, a charity that helps unemployed women find jobs and learn new skills, and Mayhew.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, smiles during her visit to the Smart Works charity of West London on Jan. 10.

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Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, smiles during her visit to the Smart Works charity of West London on Jan. 10.

"The Duchess is delighted to become a patron of national and local organizations in the British fabric" and looks forward to working with them to draw public attention to their causes, "said the palace the week last.

"His Royal Highness thinks he can use his position to attract attention and make a special difference for these organizations and, more broadly, for the sectors they each represent.