Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Seeing 'Hamilton' Together for a Good Cause

Can I love them more? Probably not.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently attending a gala performance of Hamilton (opens in new tab) in London (opens in new tab) to support Prince Harry's Sentebale charity (opens in new tab). This isn't the first time they've seen the show (opens in new tab) either (Meghan saw it with BFF Priyanka Chopra on Broadway and separately with Harry in February). It's safe to say they're big fans of Lin-Manuel Miranda, who also joined the royal couple tonight (opens in new tab) for the event.

The Sentebale charity raises money for young people who have been affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana, Africa. In July, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a polo match (opens in new tab) for the same charity, which included some major PDA (opens in new tab) and an incredible meme of international polo player Nacho Figueras third-wheeling them.

Tonight's event will "raise awareness and funds for Sentebale's work," according to Kensington Palace (opens in new tab). Meghan is wearing a Judith and Charles tuxedo dress (opens in new tab) and Paul Andrew heels while Harry chose his signature look and wore a black suit. The last time we saw Harry and Meghan in more formal outfits (aside from their wedding, obviously) was in February during the Endeavour Fund Gala (opens in new tab) where Meghan wore an Alexander McQueen trouser suit.

The Duke & Duchess Of Sussex Attend A Gala Performance Of "Hamilton" In Support Of Sentebale

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The Duke & Duchess Of Sussex Attend A Gala Performance Of "Hamilton" In Support Of Sentebale

(Image credit: WPA Pool)

The Duke & Duchess Of Sussex Attend A Gala Performance Of "Hamilton" In Support Of Sentebale

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The event marks the end of the royal couple's vacation-filled summer. It's reported that Harry and Meghan spent time with George and Amal Clooney (opens in new tab) at their home in Lake Como, Italy and recently traveled to the Castle of Mey in Scotland (opens in new tab) for some R&R with Harry's father, Prince Charles, and his step-mother, Camilla Parker-Bowles. After a month out of the spotlight, Harry and Meghan are quickly getting back to their royal duties. They will be attending the annual WellChild Awards (opens in new tab) on September 4, and the 100 Days to Peace gala concert (opens in new tab) on September 6.

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