Suits alum Meghan Markle graced many red carpets in Hollywood, but she is about to walk her first as a royal. Meghan and Prince Harry are set to make their first royal red carpet appearance together on Sunday evening for The Lion King in London.

The new parents will leave baby Archie at home, according to reports. The Lion King is set to take its live-action bow in London’s West End. Harry will be there in part to promote his conservation work on behalf of communities near endangered wildlife in Africa. The remake of the Disney classic stars Beyoncé as the voice of Nala and Donald Glover as the voice of Simba. Harry and Meghan will reportedly meet some of the cast and crew, and mingle with representatives from organizations behind conservation efforts, before they all watch the film together.

In a few months, Harry, Meghan and Archie will leave for a tour of South Africa, where they will promote conservation and education initiatives.


Meanwhile, critics are hitting back at the royals for speaking out against social media, but then also having an Instagram account, @SussexRoyal.

One commentator told Sky News: “So we had Prince Harry telling a young audience 'stay away from social media, it can damage your mental health, please live lives in balance and stop worrying about how you look.'” She added, “Literally the very next day they launched their Instagram account. So I think there’s a little bit of management perhaps that needs to be improved.”