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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed how perfect they are today, while the couple paid to honor Britain's war dead

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed how perfect they are today, while the couple paid to honor Britain's war deaths.

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During the service at Westminster Abbey & Field of Remembrance, the Duchess of Sussex (38) came closer to her husband as he bowed his head and gave her a subtle nod.

The display of solidarity and support came before they both laid wooden crosses between a bed of red poppies, in honor of those who sacrificed their lives in conflict for the sake of the nation.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed how perfect they are today, while the couple paid to honor Britain's war dead

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed how perfect they are today, while the couple paid to honor Britain's war dead

Surrounded by older soldiers, recent veterans and others associated with the armed forces, the Duke and Duchess stood still while the Last Post was played by a bugler during the gripping ceremony.

The prince represents the royal family at the annual event since 2013, but it is the first time his wife has joined him.

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Harry and Meghan observed the sea of ​​small crosses established by regiments, military units and other organizations related to the First World War and other conflicts.

The Duke of Sussex wore his ceremonial uniform of the household division of a black frock today, while Meghan was dressed in a stylish navy winter coat, a hat with Philip Treacy nets, and black leather heels by Victoria Beckham.

During the service at Westminster Abbey & Field of Remembrance, the Duchess of Sussex (38) came closer to her husband as he bowed his head in a subtle nod

During the service at Westminster Abbey & Field of Remembrance, the Duchess of Sussex (38) came closer to her husband as he bowed his head in a subtle nod

During the service at Westminster Abbey & Field of Remembrance, the Duchess of Sussex (38) came closer to her husband as he bowed his head in a subtle nod

During the service at Westminster Abbey & Field of Remembrance, the Duchess of Sussex (38) came closer to her husband as he bowed his head in a subtle nod

During the service at Westminster Abbey & Field of Remembrance, the Duchess of Sussex (38) came closer to her husband as he bowed his head in a subtle nod

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex express their respect as they visit the memorial field at Westminster Abbey today

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex express their respect as they visit the memorial field at Westminster Abbey today

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex express their respect as they visit the memorial field at Westminster Abbey today

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Frock coats are a form of undressing, a level lower than the full dress, and can be worn by certain officers of the Household division.

The jackets, worn on formal occasions by those who are not on parade in command of troops, are single-breasted and dark blue with black braids and loops. Harry & # 39; s peaking black and red cap wore the Blues and Royals emblem.

This contains the letters ER – Elizabeth Regina – and the maxim & # 39; Honi soit qui mal y pense & # 39 ;, which means & # 39; may he be embarrassed who thinks badly of it & # 39 ;.

Of just two crosses, laid during the first event at the abbey in November 1928, the Memorial Field is now covered with around 70,000 symbols in more than 360 plots for regimental and other associations.

Harry has been representing the royal family at the annual event since 2013

Harry has been representing the royal family at the annual event since 2013

Today is the first time Meghan has accompanied Harry to the event
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Today is the first time Meghan has accompanied Harry to the event

Harry represents the royal family at the annual event since 2013, but today is the first time his wife has joined him

The couple visited Westminster Abbey to remember those who have brought the ultimate sacrifice into conflict in recent decades

The couple visited Westminster Abbey to remember those who have brought the ultimate sacrifice into conflict in recent decades

The couple visited Westminster Abbey to remember those who have brought the ultimate sacrifice into conflict in recent decades

Harry and Meghan today showed their respect in London to soldiers and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice

Harry and Meghan today showed their respect in London to soldiers and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice

Meghan pauses today for a moment of reflection
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Meghan pauses today for a moment of reflection

Harry and Meghan today showed their respect in London to soldiers and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in times of conflict

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Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today met with the Grenfell Tower and attacked victims of terrorist attacks while visiting emergency personnel at St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in London.

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William and Kate participated in the launch of the new charity National Trusts Trust, where Kate believed she was wearing a poppy brooch of World War I worth £ 29.99 for at least the second year in a row.

The Duchess of Sussex has also been involved in projects to help the victims of Grenfell, including a cookbook she launched after visiting a kitchen in North Kensington, West London.

Meghan places a cross this morning during a visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey

Meghan places a cross this morning during a visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey

Meghan places a cross this morning during a visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today attended the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in St Martin-in-the-Fields

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today attended the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in St Martin-in-the-Fields

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today attended the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in St Martin-in-the-Fields

Kate starts her day this morning with the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in London

Kate starts her day this morning with the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in London

Kate arrives today for engagement in London

Kate arrives today for engagement in London

Kate starts her day with the launch of the National Emergencies Trust. The charity is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and will hear a speech from William after meeting crew members, former patients and other supporters

Harry and Meghan were to be joined by the Duchess of Cornwall, patron of The Poppy Factory in South West London, where memorial poppies are made.

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But Camilla reluctantly had to withdraw from the engagement at her doctor's orders after a nasty breast infection.

A spokesperson for Clarence House said: & # 39; The Duchess of Cornwall has told her doctor that she must cancel her engagement because of a breast infection that has been getting worse in recent days. & # 39;

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