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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were reunited with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Monday for the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.
The occasion marked the final scheduled royal engagement for the Sussexes, who will step down as senior royals on 31 March.
Meghan made a sartorial statement in an emerald green dress with dramatic caped detail as she entered Westminster Abbey accompanied by her husband.
Harry’s blue suit subtly coordinated with Meghan’s, as the blazer had an emerald satin lining that matched his wife’s ensemble.
The 38-year-old royal’s custom-made dress was by British designer Emilia Wickstead.
Meghan has worn the label numerous times since joining the Royal Family, including to the ANZAC Day service in April 2018 and while on a royal tour of Australia in October 2018.
The duchess accessorised the look with a matching hat by British milliner William Chambers, as well as a forest green bag by New York-based brand Gabriela Hearst.
She finished off the look with nude Aquazurra heels and diamond leaf earrings by one of her go-to jeweller’s, Canadian brand Birks.
The Sussexes were joined at the service by other members of the Royal Family including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and The Queen.
The Duchess of Cambridge chose to rewear a burgundy Catherine Walker coat, which she previously wore on Christmas Day in 2018.
Sophie wore a minimal white and navy midi dress by London-based brand Suzannah, while Her Majesty The Queen donned a powder blue coat and matching hat.