The Duke and Duchess of Sussex marked their return to the social scene last week with a visit to see world-renowned musical Hamilton on London’s West End. And it seems there’ll be no shortage of royal spotting opportunities over the coming weeks, with one event in particular open to the public.
On Thursday September 6, the newlyweds will make an appearance at the Central Hall Westminster to take in a gala music evening by the Royal Armouries. The event is being held to commemorate the centenary of the final 100 days of World War 1 with proceeds from ticket sales going towards charities that help returned veterans, including Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and Heads Together, the Royal Foundation‘s own charity.
On the night, Sir Karl Jenkins, a legendary composer, will be present to conduct his famous piece The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace.
The event is open to the public, so you have the opportunity to see the royal duo up and close and personal on the evening. If you’ll be in London this coming Thursday, tickets are now available on Ticketmaster.co.uk.
If not, we suggest you book a ticket to the UK from October to see Meghan’s Givenchy gown and veil, as well as her wedding tiara, on display at the upcoming royal wedding exhibition.