September 24, 2023

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Wearing Dior, Megan Markle returned to England for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Wearing Dior, Megan Markle returned to England for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

This Friday, the 3rd, Megan Markle And two years after resigning from their jobs as members of the British Crown, Prince Harry made their first official public appearance in the UK. They attended a Thanksgiving service in memory of the Queen at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.

Sussex: Senior royal family members have resigned in early 2020, the first time the two have traveled to the UK together. Upon arrival at the cathedral, Sussex was greeted with applause.

Later, they went to their seats in the second row behind Harry’s cousins ​​Princess Beatrice and Eugenie and their husbands, behind Prince Edward and Sophie, Wessex Countess. The seats of Prince Charles, Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Kate Middleton, seated in the front row, were across the aisle.

Megan wore an off-white Dior coat and skirt and a matching long-brimmed Dior hat designed by Stephen Jones. Prince Harry wore a morning coat and his military medals.

Meanwhile, William and Kate sat in the front row, with no eye contact between the two couples. Sussex, Cambridge, Charles and Camila had no contact when they left the service. Harry and Meghan chatted with Harry’s cousins ​​Zara Dindall and Peter Phillips on the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral before leaving the church.

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Meghan and Harry, now living in Montecito, California, arrived in the UK on Wednesday with their two children, Archie, 3, and Lily, who turns 1 on Saturday.

On Thursday, the 2nd, Meghan and Harry reunited with members of the royal family at Trooping the Color. Since they no longer have royalties, they are not invited to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace or to join the chariot ride during the parade. Instead, they watched the event with other royal families from the Major General’s office who had not seen the cavalry parade.