Meghan Markle and Prince Harry went to two services to observe Anzac Day today.
The couple attended the memorial service at Wellington Arch. Then they headed to one event for commemoration and thanksgiving in Westminster Abbey this afternoon. The former “Suits” star is wearing a bespoke mid-length black skirt and jacket by Emilia Wickstead. She completes her outfit with a chic black hat and Jimmy Choo clutch bag. She also tries the traditional Maori greeting at a dawn remembrance service. The greeting allows her to rub noses with a Maori woman to exchange a ‘breath of life’ in the ‘hongi’ greeting. She also signs the book of commemoration as ‘Meghan Markle’ after the main ceremony. Meanwhile, Meghan is also spotted chatting amicably with Prince William. The two made their way to the church for a service honouring Australia and New Zealand’s fallen. They also share a friendly kiss on a cheek and the royal also gave her a pat on the shoulder. Although the actress is not yet a member of the British Royal Family, she already attended a large number of official events before her royal wedding on May 19.