Meghan Markle carried out her last official event as a “Royal” today.
She’s now free to pursue her real love…Hollywood.
Today, however, she met face-to-face with the Queen Mum. The first time since ditching the Royals.
Several days ago reports stated that the Palace was furious with Meghan for “upstaging” other Royals, however, the Queen Mum invited Harry and Meghan to church on Sunday.
Meghan Markle smiled on her way to church. She looked happy and relaxed as “more-serious” looking Prince Harry drove them to “The Royal Chapel of All Saints” in Windsor.
You can see the pictures below of the group driving to the meetup.
Meghan faced the Queen at church for the first time since she ditched the Royals. pic.twitter.com/wf2b9yzVDt
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined the Queen for a church service in Windsor today.
This is the first time that Meghan, 38, and the Queen, 93, have seen each other since the bombshell announcement on January 6 that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are quitting as senior members of the Royal Family.
Prince Harry, 35, looked relaxed and smiling as he drove to the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park, where his grandmother was attending the service.
Harry and Meghan are currently visiting the UK for a series of final engagements as working royals.
It is understood Her Majesty wanted to support the royal couple by inviting them today.
A source told People: ‘It was a really sweet gesture that the Queen asked them to church.
‘It’s telling in the sense that these two are still her family. And as a family they all love each other.’
Yesterday The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall.
Prince Harry, who attended the event at the South Kensington venue in his role as Captain General of the Royal Marines, wore a mess dress uniform complete with medals awarded from two tours of Afghanistan. [Daily Mail]
The couple will join more royals on Monday.
They will appear alongside the Queen as well as Harry’s father, Prince Charles, and brother, Prince William, at the Commonwealth Day service in Westminster Abbey.
It will be their first time with the almost all of the royal family since Megxit — and their final official engagement before officially becoming commoners on April 1.
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