- Prince Harry, 34, looked dapper at 100 Women in Finance Gala Dinner
- The glitzy event took place at London’s vA museum on Wednesday evening
- Harry wore a black suit complete with a bow tie as he mingled with guests
Molly Rose Pike For Mailonline
Prince Harry looked dapper as he attended a glamorous event in London on Wednesday evening.
The royal, 33, went in full black tie to the 100 Women in Finance Gala Dinner in aid of Wellchild.
The fifth in line to the throne appeared relaxed as he mingled with high-profile guests at the glamorous event, which was held at the VA Museum in the capital.
Prince Harry, 33, went in full black tie to the 100 Women in Finance Gala Dinner in aid of Wellchild in London on Wednesday
The royal mingled with high profile guests including Amanda Pullinger (right) and Sonia Gardener (left)
Harry looked dapper as he arrived at the event, which was held at London’s VA museum
The star-studded event raised money for WellChild, which raises money to get seriously ill children and young people out of hospital and home to their families.
Prince Harry is a patron of the charity, and hosted an event to celebrate their 40th anniversary at Buckingham Palace back in June.
The event was attended by a hundred women and will see the Prince give a speech before the dinner.
Prince Harry is a patron of the charity WellChild and hosted their 40th anniversary celebrations earlier this year
The prince looked relaxed as he smiled for pictures at the glamorous event
The fundraiser was previously attended by the Duchess of Cambridge in 2015, who became a patron of the group with Harry in 2012.
At this year’s function the prince looked stylish as he posed with Amanda Pullinger, the Chief Executive Officer of 100 Women in Finance.
Amanda was glamorous in a flowing white dress matched with a silver pair of heels.
He was also seen with Sonia Gardner, an American hedge fund manager and the co-founder of Avenue Capital Group.
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