Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Attend Beyoncé’s Star-Studded Renaissance World Tour Show in L.A.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are part of the BeyHive!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour show at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Friday night, along with Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland.

In one photo published on social networksthe trio watched the performance from a private box overlooking the stadium, with Meghan, 42, and Doria, 67, sporting big smiles with their hands in the air.

Meghan’s mum appeared to take photos of the performance on her phone as the group filmed the performance, while Prince Harry, 38, stood close to his wife with his hands in his pockets, wearing a gray shirt and blazer teamed with white trousers.

The Duchess of Sussex and her mother wore silver outfits to the show, following Beyoncé’s recent request that fans wear “amazing silver fashion to the shows from 8.23 ​​- 9.22!” The dates match the singer’s zodiac sign, Virgo, and include her birthday on September 4. While Meghan wore a silver skirt and white tank top, her mom opted for a chic silver high neck top and white pants.

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Beyoncé kicks off her three-night sold-out Renaissance World Tour at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium.


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Doria, Meghan and Prince Harry were also seen in the second set photos published on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Saturday morning. The pictures appeared to show the Duchess of Sussex dancing along to the performance with Prince Harry by her side, while another photo appeared to show Ragland in mid-dance.

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Beyoncé, 41, and JAY-Z, 53, have been linked to Meghan since their speeches at the 2019 Brit Awards. The pair accepted their award for Best International Group in a video message, recreating their music video for “APES—.” But instead of posing in front of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”, they stood in front of a regal portrait of the Duchess of Sussex wearing a glittering crown and pearl necklaces.

Meghan and Prince Harry met Beyoncé and JAY-Z at the London premiere of the film Lion King 2019 As Beyoncé leaned in to hug Meghan, she was spotted saying, “My princess.”

It was revealed in the Netflix series Harry & Meghan that the “Crazy in Love” artist sent Meghan a message of support after the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. In the sixth episode, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were working together in their home office when Meghan said, “Beyoncé just sent a message” while Prince Harry panted theatrically.

“Just checking in,” Meghan said, dictating the message before adding, “I still can’t believe she knows who I am!”

“Go call her,” Harry suggested.

“No, it’s fine,” his wife replied. “She said she wanted me to feel safe and protected. She admired and respected my courage and vulnerability and thought I was chosen to break generational curses that needed healing.”

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry among the star-studded crowd at Beyonce's show in Los Angeles

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Ragland weren’t the only famous guests to attend the first of three sold-out Los Angeles concerts of Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour on Friday night.

Also spotted at the concert were Sarah Paulson, Pedro Pascal, Kris Jenner, Tyler Perry, LeBron James, Kali Uchis and Magic Johnson.

It was Meghan’s return to the venue after attending Taylor Swift’s performance at SoFi Stadium last month. As Swift entered her Fearless era, Meghan jumped off her chair to sing “You Belong with Me.”

Although Prince Harry didn’t join his wife at the Swift concert as he was overseas at a charity polo match, he has been spotted at SoFi Stadium since they moved to Meghan’s home state in 2020 after stepping back from their royal roles. In 2022, he attended the Super Bowl at the venue along with his cousin Princess Eugenie, who was visiting from the United Kingdom

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Meghan and Prince Harry’s evening out came a day after the 26th anniversary of the death of Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, who died aged 36 on August 31, 1997, following a car accident in Paris. Diana, Princess of Wales, was also the mother of Harry’s brother, Prince William.

In his memoirs from 2023 SpareHarry recalled taking his wife to visit her mother’s grave at Althorp, the Spencer family home in Northamptonshire, England.

“No visit to this place has ever been easy, but this one… the twenty-fifth anniversary,” Prince Harry wrote in his memoirs. “And it’s Meg’s first time. I was finally bringing the girl of my dreams home to meet mom.”

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“We hesitated, hugged, and then I went first. I put flowers on the grave. Meg gave me a moment, and I talked to my mother in my head, told her I missed her, asked her for guidance and clarity,” he said he continued. “Feeling that Meg might need a moment too, I went around the hedge, looked at the pond. When I returned, Meg was kneeling, eyes closed, palms on a stone.”

“I asked, as we walked back to the ship, what she was praying for,” added Prince Harry. “Clarity, she said. And leadership.”

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