Duchess of Sussex wears tuxedo mini dress for Hamilton charity performance

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     WARNING Newlyweds Meghan and Harry face a tricky royal tour in October

WireImage WARNING Newlyweds Meghan and Harry face a tricky royal tour in October

The Filipina actress and the rest of the cast of West End's "Hamilton" had just finished a special charity performance Wednesday night, and the British royal went up onstage to thank all those who were involved. While the Duke shies away from continuing beyond the line "You say..." it was enough to bring down the house, and, probably, make more than a few founding fathers and royal ancestors spin in their graves.

The pair were joined by Hamilton creator Lin Manuel Miranda.

The London production, housed in the refurbished Victoria Palace Theatre, is the show's first foray outside of the United States after successful runs in Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles as well as Broadway in NY.

The energy in the theatre was UNREAL, ' Emily Andrews wrote alongside a video of Prince Harry singing.

Miranda told the audience how he had written King George's role during his honeymoon, adding: "Smash cut to 2018 I'm sitting next to his sixth-great grandson".

She recently attended the Hamilton performance gala for mental charity organization Sentebale, and was spotted wearing a black tuxedo mini dress.

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"You get heads of state, we've had some popular folks come see our show but you don't often get a direct descendent of one of your main characters".

It will be the first time we hear from the 37-year-old since her engagement announcement interview last November.

Harry and Meghan sat among the audience in the royal circle in London's Victoria Palace Theatre during the show.

Sentebale is set to receive thousands of dollars to help fund its work for children and young people affected by HIV and AIDS in Lesotho and Botswana.

Almost £300,000 was said to have been raised through ticket sales and donations for the charity that works to improve prospects for children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.

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