It’s back to work for Meghan and Harry.
After keeping it pretty low-key since returning from their first-ever royal tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were back in the limelight over the weekend, attending several Remembrance Day events, marking 100 years since the end of the First World War.
For Meghan’s first Remembrance Day as a member of the royal, the couple reunited with Wills and Kate—the first time the foursome have been out together in a while; though we like to imagine they play Monopoly at least once a week together in Kensington Palace—to attend an evening service at Westminster Abbey. Meghan wore a peacoat dress, while Kate opted for a green coat (that she also wore on St. Patrick’s Day last year) with a Jane Taylor hat.
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Earlier in the day, Meghan and Kate, both wearing black, joined the Queen and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall at a ceremony at Royal Albert Hall.
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