The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the launch of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London on Tuesday.
The royal couple toured the Southbank Centre exhibit, which marks 100 years since the South African leader’s birth, and met with guests including Mandela's granddaughter, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela, as well as the former president's close friends and anti-apartheid activists, Paul and Adelaide Joseph.
During the visit, Meghan appeared to find one moment particularly moving. As she watched a special performance by the Ubunye Choir, the duchess could be seen touching her arm and turning to Harry, suggesting that the group’s singing had given her goosebumps.
The sweet moment between the couple was captured in a short clip shared on Twitter by Kensington Palace.
Their Royal Highnesses hear a performance from the Ubunye Choir, which is made up of people from the South African diaspora. pic.twitter.com/BwcEC1gN36— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 17, 2018
The duchess chose a sleeveless trench coat dress from Canadian brand, House of Nonie, for her latest engagement. It comes after a busy few weeks for the newlyweds, who have recently made appearances at the Royal Air Force centenary and at several events during a two-day visit to Ireland.
Meghan also joined her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, to cheer on Serena Williams in the Wimbledon Ladies’ Final on Saturday. She broke away from her favoured neutrals for the occasion and opted for a blue and white striped Ralph Lauren shirt paired with white trousers.