Harry and Meghan step out for the Commonwealth Day Service

Francesca Rice
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From Good Housekeeping

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at Westminster Abbey for the 2020 Commonwealth Day Service on Monday (9 March) afternoon.

The annual service celebrates Commonwealth Day, which falls on the second Monday in March each year.

Harry and Meghan are joining the Queen – who is head of the Commonwealth – the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and other senior royals for the occasion in London.

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Meghan looked stunning in a bright green, long-sleeved cape dress by designer Emilia Wickstead with a matching fascinator hat. She wore her dark hair up in an elegant up-do, and completed her look with nude Aquazurra pumps and a dark green bag by Gabriella Hearst.

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This is set to be Harry and Meghan's last royal public appearance before they officially step down as senior working members of the royal family on 31 March.

It follows several appearances made by the couple in the last few days, which included attending the Mountbatten Festival of Music in London on Saturday (7 March) evening.

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The Commonwealth Day Service takes place at 3pm, and will be televised on BBC One. It will include performances by Craig David and Alexandra Burke, as well as a reflection by boxer Anthony Joshua.

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