The Royal Family attended a Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey this afternoon. This included the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as their final official duty as senior Royals.
The Queen was also joined by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Meghan chose an emerald Emilia Wickstead cape dress for the occasion, worn with a hat by William Chambers, a chic mini-bag by Gabriela Hearst and nude stiletto pumps by Aquazzura.
Meanwhile, Kate wore a red coat dress by Catherine Walker with a co-ordinating floral headpiece, paired with a matching clutch and heels.
Commonwealth Day is the annual celebration of the Commonwealth nations, most often held on the second Monday in March. Every year a multi-faith service is held at Westminster Abbey.
It’s an annual marking of the Commonwealth of Nations – 53 countries that were previously a part of the British Empire, as well as Britain itself and its overseas territories.
Originally known as Empire Day, it’s acknowledged by over two billion people, or about a third of the world’s population, and is celebrated around the world with street parties, parades, debates, flag-raising ceremonies and other festive activities.