Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Remembrance Sunday

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Remembrance Sunday

Last night, the Royal Family attended the annual Festival of Remembrance at London's Albert Hall, where they watched performances from the likes of Sir Tom Jones and Harry and Meghan's wedding choir Kingdom Choir, alongside the Central Band of the Royal Air Force and the Band of HM Royal Marines.

Meghan flashed a beaming smile as she arrived and met fellow guests alongside Harry in a wrap-around black coat which tied at the front in a statement bow.

The Queen wore five poppies to the Cenotaph this morning, fastened with a diamond brooch. The monarch received the decoration from my grandmother's inheritance. According to the insider, the wife of Prince Harry wanted to complement the image of the tiara with emerald stones, which was absorbed by Princess Eugenie.

Megan wanted a tiara with the emeralds, but received the answer that it cannot put on the wedding.




For the second year in a row, the Queen, 92, handed her duties over to her son and heir to the throne, the Prince of Wales. Grandson of Elizabeth II found that literally "obsessed" with one thing - he likes to turn the lights off in the house.

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Harry admitted that his wife, Meghan Markle, noticed that he has a habit of living at Kensington Palace: "That is abnormal, because Megan always says, "Well, why turn off the lights?" So, during the Festival of remembrance next to the Queen sat the Dukes of Cambridge, while the Dukes Sysexec took place in the corner of the Lodge.

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