Meghan and Harry attend charity production of Hamilton

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However, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have featured their cocker spaniel "Lupo" in a few official portraits with Prince George, so there may be hope that we could get a glimpse of Meghan and Harry's new addition.

Cape Town - She may be one of the most watched, and busiest, public figures right now - but Meghan still has time for a sneaky getaway with friends.

Markle and Mulroney first met when she moved to the Ontario city to film "Suits" in 2011 and have been inseparable ever since. And let's not forget that romantic PDA display at the Sentebale polo that left everybody with heart tingles.

Rachelle Ann Go and the rest of the Hamilton West End production meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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Prince Harry is gearing up for his third annual Invictus Games in Sydney this October, where he'll have his new wife Meghan Markle by his side, but the former actress isn't the only other royal we'll see Down Under. So, she asked him, "Can you see, my love?"

After the show, the couple joined the entire cast on stage for a friendly chat and photocall to mark the charity occasion. Her loving question prompted a collective "Aww!" from the stage actors, to which the duchess blushed.

Of course, it could be a case of bad lip reading, but it's enough to make the entire Hamilton ensemble react.

The trip was her first solo trip since marrying Prince Harry. Now, that might not be shocking to most, but it's been widely reported that Markle, as a new member of the royal family, must adhere to traditional dress codes and wear nude tights with every leg-baring ensemble.

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