Just a day after almost the entire royal family joined together to remember fallen soldiers and to pay tribute to their families as part of the annual Festival of Remembrance, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex wowed again as she arrived at Westminster Abbey for a service to mark the Centenary of Armistice.
Joined by husband Prince Harry, brother-in-law Prince William, sister-in-law Catherine as well as Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince Edward and Prince Michael, 37-year-old Meghan was there to witness Queen Elizabeth lay flowers on the grave of the unknown warrior. Prince Philip retired from public engagements last year and did not attend the service.
Armistice Day 2018 marks 100 years since the Armistice was signed, ending the First World War. Dressed in a coat and matching hat, the Queen shook hands with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, before placing fresh flowers on the grave.
During the service, Prince Charles was called upon to read an extract from St John. A haunting rendition of ‘God Save The Queen’ was also played during the service.
Mum-to-be Meghan showed off her growing baby bump in a striking long-sleeved blue top, complete with a boatneck neckline and chunky buttons. It matched perfectly with her skirt and hat and even complimented the blue suit 34-year-old Prince Harry wore for the evening.
Meanwhile, Catherine, Duchess of Catherine dazzled in a dark green and black coat by brand Catherine Walker and Co. Similar to Meghan, the 36-year-old wore a black headpiece, as well as matching black heels. Her husband Prince William wore a blue suit, while all four of the young royals were spotted wearing poppies.
As for Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, she was spotted in a purple outfit very similar to that of the Queen. Complete with a long-sleeved coat and matching hat, the 71-year-old changed outfits after she was spotted next to the Queen and Catherine earlier in the day on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office balcony.
Alongside Her Majesty, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are attending a service at Westminster Abbey for #Armistice100 – which marks the finale of a day of national events to commemorate Armistice Day. ???? @Wabbey. pic.twitter.com/DK6MwfZULw
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It had been a busy day for the royals. The Queen and other members of the royal family had earlier attended the Royal Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall. They also attended the annual Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday.
In addition to Queen Elizabeth, Camilla and Catherine viewing the full service from the balcony, the Prince of Wales laid a wreath on behalf of the Queen, while an Equerry laid a wreath on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh.