Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Make

made their last official appearance as senior members of the British royal family. The couple joined Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles during the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on Monday March 9.

According to People magazine, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived first at the event, with William and Kate behind in their own cars. They also made some changes to the royal entrance from previous years.
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Make Final Royal Appearance At Commonwealth Day
Neither Harry and Meghan nor William and Kate were part of the Queen’s procession. Instead, the group formerly known as the Royal Fab Four took place in front of the Queen’s entrance, which was then followed by Prince Charles and Camilla.

Markle continued her incredible fashion statements she made during her latest round of royal engagements by wearing a kelly green Emelly Wickstead dress with a matching fascinator from William Chambers. The Duchess of Sussex accessorized her look with a Gabriella Hearst bag and Aquazzura nude pumps.

It was the first – and probably the last – time that fans have seen Harry and Meghan in public with William and Kate since November 2019, just weeks before the Megxit was announced in early January. However, the two couples did not interact during the event and only briefly recognized each other when they arrived.

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