Prince Harry's American fiancée, wearing a white coat over a dark dress, accompanied Harry and her soon-to-be in-laws, including Prince William and Duchess Kate of Cambridge, to the all-important Commonwealth Day service, an annual inter-faith gathering broadcast live to celebrate the queen's lifetime commitment to the Commonwealth. Duchess Kate was in an all-navy blue outfit and large hat (hats are de rigeur for royals at important church services). The brunette beauty completed the look with minimal makeup, leaving her tresses down with loose curls as she walked side by side with her fiance.
Prince Harry's brother Prince William may give Meghan Markle away during her upcoming wedding in Windsor, South East England. However, it's not the first time the Queen has made an exception for her, having invited her to attend Christmas Day service and spend the holiday with the family.
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The Commonwealth Service was a true family affair for the royal family on Monday.
And now it's been revealed that Meghan Markle could be accompanied by none other than Prince William when she does so. The theme of this year's service is "Towards a Common Future", which "emphasizes how the Commonwealth can address global challenges and work to create a better future for all citizens through sub-themes of sustainability, safety, prosperity and fairness", the Palace previously said in a statement. Around 2,000 people sat in the congregation including Prime Minister Teresa May, senior politicians from across the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, and over 800 school children and young people. Prince William and Kate, and Prince Harry and Meghan, then walked through Dean's Yard to attend a reception.
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The Queen became head of the Commonwealth at the age of 26.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who was joined by the Duke, wore a dress and coat by Beulah and hat by Lock and Co.
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The prince said they looked forward to travelling around the Commonwealth, meeting some of the 2.4 billion people from the 53 member states.