Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Meghan Markle takes on first engagement with The Queen

Meghan Markle takes on first engagement with The Queen

Markle attended the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, which celebrates the Queen's commitment to her commonwealth, with her fiance, Prince Harry, according to CNN.

They were joined by Prince William and his wife, Kate, Prince Charles, and other royals.

On Monday, Markle attended her first official event with Queen Elizabeth II.

Last week, The Queen released her Commonwealth message where she spoke of how the Commonwealth will "work more collaboratively towards a common future".

Kate, who is expecting her and Prince William's third child, spiced up her maternity-wear in a Beulah London coat that matched the slimline navy dress her future sister-in-law was wearing under her Amanda Wakeley jacket.

During the service Theresa May gave a bible reading, former One Direction band member Liam Payne performed singer-songwriter John Mayer's hit song Waiting On The World To Change, while the Portsmouth Gospel Choir sang Bridge Over Troubled Water.

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One well-wisher spoke to Ms Markle about her upcoming wedding to which she admitted she is "very, very excited".

During their engagement interview, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke of the Commonwealth and their plans to working with its youth.

Following the service, the couple stopped to meet a group of pupils and teachers from around the United Kingdom and Meghan revealed that she can't wait for her upcoming wedding.

After the Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey ended, the Queen and other members of the Royal Family met those who participated in the day's affair. At the same time, Markle has repeatedly said that she feels much closer with her mother Dooriya of Ragland than with father Thomas Markle.

But it appears Meghan's apparent breaks from royal protocol have won the hearts of the British public, with a new survey has revealing Prince Harry's fiancee was named their favourite princess of all time, with a whopping 37 percent of the vote.

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