"In fact you are often the ones who lift us up - your "can-do" attitude and unwavering spirit serves as a constant reminder that we must always look to the positive and never give up".
While her husband looked dapper in a navy blue ensemble, the duchess was a total sophisticate in a black, single-buttoned blazer and wide-leg pants by Altuzarra with a folded satin blouse from Deitas layered underneath. For that event, the Duchess also went the suited route with a tailored tuxedo dress by Judith & Charles.
'She has been a bit more risque with her fashion choices lately, but I feel she knew that this evening was about the awards and wouldn't have wanted to take the attention away from that with her outfit.
Shared by an Instagram fan page, the throwback photo features a pyjama-clad, fresh-faced Meghan rocking a messy bun and watching TV with her goddaughter, Rylan Litt.
Harry also made a "pinky pledge" with Matilda during a reception before the awards ceremony began, hooking his little finger around the girl's finger.
WellChild, a charity of which Harry is a proud Patron, aims to raise awareness and support for seriously ill children.
Winners included four-year-old Mckenzie Brackley, four, who had to learn to speak, swallow, eat and drink and move again due to acute flaccid paralysis.