The Duchess of Sussex was spotted dancing with friends and family to the music of Beyonce at SoFi stadium on Friday evening.
Clad in a silver sequin pencil skirt from athletic and womenswear label SPRWN, the duchess appeared carefree and content dancing and singing along to Beyonce’s greatest hits. Social media users spotted Meghan moving and shaking while standing during multiple tunes from the award winning songstress. One Instagram user even recorded the duchess busting a move to Queen Bey’s hit song ‘Diva.’
Meghan’s mom Doria Ragland was turning 67 the following day thus, the group were likely celebrating the birthday girl during the fun night out.
For the Renaissance tour concert, Meghan wore a silver sequin tube skirt from SPRWN. The midi skirt is saturated in light reflecting sequin and features an invisible elastic waistband.
The duchess paired the shimmery skirt (in honor of Virgo season at Beyonce’s request) with her Aquazzura 105 embellished ‘Celeste’ sandals. The glossy copper sandals feature sparkling straps and a jewel embellished decorative embellishment at the toes.
Duchess Meghan and the megastar pop singer have been socializing since the two became friends at the Lion King movie premiere in July 2019. Beyonce called Meghan “my princess” during their red carpet encounter. Meghan even told Harry about a text she received from the singer in a scene from their Netflix documentary. In addition, Beyonce and Jay-Z paid tribute to the royal with a backdrop featuring a painting by Tim O’Brien of Meghan clad in a tiara and jewels for the Brit Awards in 2019.
Over Labor Day weekend, the duchess returned to SoFi stadium where she socialized with friends Kerry Washington and Kelly Rowland. The show marked the celebration of Beyonce’s 42nd birthday — during the special concert the singer was serenaded by Diana Ross who sang ‘Happy Birthday.’ For the outing, Duchess Meghan wore a new Annie Bing crossover halterneck top in black. The ‘Becca’ top has a pleated twist at the front and is constructed of non-stretch crepe.