The Queen and Meghan Markle met for the first time this morning as they attended service together. The Queen has not met with the Duchess of Sussex since she and her husband Prince Harry announced their intention to step down as senior royals
Prince Harry drove his partner Meghan Markle to The Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor, where they joined Queen Elizabeth for Sunday service.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seen arriving at the Windsor chapel in their black Range Rover car, driven by the Duke of Sussex.
Meghan Markle appeared in a free-spirited mood as she smiled waving at well-wishers who gathered at the margins of the street.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, whose UK home is just a ten-minute drive away from Windsor Castle, didn’t arrive with the Queen, who wore sunglasses and a pale blue outfit, but drove to the chapel in a different car.
Meghan Markle was spotted wearing a £1384 Givenchy pencil dress, blended with an elegant black hat accessory. While Prince Harry wore a dark suit with a striped blue, red and green tie.
The Sussexes were also seen leaving the church premises in the company of a third person, who’s believed to be a security agent.
However, the meeting which may be tagged to be a move of unity comes just 24 hours before Meghan and Harry’s last-ever royal engagement.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be attending the Commonwealth Day service tomorrow alongside with the monarch, Prince Charles, Camilla, Kate and Prince William.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are most likely to return to Canada very soon, where they left their son Archie Harrison in the care of his nanny.
In the past few days, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle carried out several engagements as royals, their possible last duties under the royal umbrella.
They attended the Endeavour Fund Awards, where they charmed guests, delivered speeches and laughing with the crowd on Thursday 5, March 2020.
Saturday, 7, March evening, they joined the Mountbatten Festival of Music, the last-ever event Prince Harry will go to as Captain-General of the Royal Marines.
Meghan Markle alone visited one of her patronages, the National Theatre, and the Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham, east London.
Although she kept her visits secret for a few days before publishing pictures and details of her activities on her official Instagram page, Sussex Royal.