Markle joined her fiancé Prince Harry, her future in-laws Kate Middleton and Prince William, her future father-in-law Prince Charles, and her future grandmother-in-law Queen Elizabeth for her biggest royal event yet, and it went off without a hitch. Markle also looked chic in a cream coat by Amanda Wakeley, £895, and matching beret style hat, by Stephen Jones. Duchess Kate was in an all-navy blue outfit and large wide-brimmed hat (hats are de rigeur for royals at important church services). Beauty-wise, she wore her brunette hair down in loose waves, while a smokey eye and natural lipstick completed her look.
Meghan Markle joined Queen Elizabeth for the first time at an official public engagement Monday as the pair attended the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.
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The Commonwealth Service is the largest inter-faith gathering in the United Kingdom and is now being televised on the BBC. The theme of this year's gathering was "Towards a Common Future" to emphasise how the Commonwealth can address global challenges and work to create a better future for its 2.4 billion citizens. Following the service, William, Kate, Harry and Meghan will walk through Dean's Yard to attend a reception.
'We shall see this in action at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting which takes place in the United Kingdom next month, bringing together young people, business and civil society from across the Commonwealth.
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