Will, Kate, Harry, and Meghan Were Reunited as They Attended the Commonwealth Day Service
There really is no rest for the royal family! The fab four stepped out again on March 11, this time to attend a special service at Westminster Abbey, London, in celebration of Commonwealth Day. The aim of the day is to "celebrate the vast diversity, strong unity, and uplifting values that define the Commonwealth," an occasion that always brings the whole family together.
Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle joined Prince Charles and Camilla, as well as the queen, for an afternoon of celebration. However, unlike last year, the four didn't arrive together, which is unsurprising given Harry and Meghan's busy morning visiting Canada House. They were reunited inside, where they chatted ahead of the service.
Each member of the royal family has been busy with royal engagements recently, including a glamorous date night at the BAFTAs for Kate and William in February, followed by a mini trip to Northern Ireland. Meghan and Harry have been equally busy with their royal tour of Morocco and Meghan's International Women's Day panel, not to mention preparing for the arrival of their first child. See photos from their mini reunion ahead.