In her first appearance since her trip to Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle participated in her first weekend as a member of the royal family.
His husband joined Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, Camila Parker, Duke of Cornwall and other members of the royal family on Saturday in the Wiretapping Service or the "official monument" at the Royal Albert Hall Hull.
Photos: Megan Markle follows the Queen in his first official visit
The event, which occurred one day before the memory of those who lost the life of the war, this year has a significant significance since 2018 marks 100 years since the end of World War I. In addition, Harry first appeared in an event involving the Royal British Legion.
The last time the brothers and sisters met, they celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force ceremony in July. They saw they go to Buckingham Palace before they gathered on the famous terrace to watch the shows. Today, they gathered to baptise the son of Prince William of Knight.
The meeting came in the middle of the news that Prince William and Prince Harry considered the decommissioning of a common "office" at Kensington Palace and set up two separate offices.
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When William once named Prince Walesa – and all he needed to be his father's successor, Prince Charles – Harry and Megan will set their own path and naturally separate them, according to the insiders.
"This is inevitable because it gives Harry and Megan the freedom to build their own collection of interests and charities," the Royal Palace officials say.
Megan, Harry, Kate and William will spend most of the weekend together. The two are likely to appear later this month to celebrate Prince Charles's 70th birthday.
Prince Harry and his wife Megan earlier announced they were waiting for their first child.