Prince Harry's American fiancée, wearing a white coat over a dark dress, accompanied Harry and her soon-to-be in-laws, including Prince William and Duchess Kate of Cambridge, to the all-important Commonwealth Day service, an annual inter-faith gathering broadcast live to celebrate the queen's lifetime commitment to the Commonwealth. The bride-to-be was previously invited to spend Christmas with the family, and even attended their Christmas Day service.
Now she's been seen with the queen and the family in her first official joint engagement, as part of the Commonwealth pageant.
The former "Suits" actress has reportedly decided against inviting her half-brother and her dad to St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on 19 May.
The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her royal baby bump in blue as she arrived alongside other royals at Westminster Abbey today.
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The service, which is the largest annual inter-faith gathering in the United Kingdom, is held every year to celebrate the Queen's lifetime commitment to the Commonwealth as Head of its 53 countries.
Queen Elizabeth looked equally fab in an all-burgundy ensemble, consisting of a jacket and hat paired with her signature black shoes, black gloves and a matching handbag.
Celebrated across the Commonwealth, the day is an opportunity for each of the institution's 53 member states to highlight the positive values of the family of nations.
The queen wore a wine-colored coat and matching hat, along with a large diamond brooch. Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and the Countess of Wessex also made up the royal party.
These events come ahead of two extra special dates in the Royal family - the birth of William and Kate's third child in April and the wedding of Meghan and Harry on May 19.