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British Royal Family

Duchess Meghan wears a chic teddy coat as she and Harry make an emotional joint appearance in London

The pair paid their respects at a poignant event.

By Jess Pullar
Any appearance from Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry is coveted by their fans the world over, and their latest certainly hasn't disappointed.
In a beautiful tribute ceremony, the royal couple have made an appearance that has left us completely transfixed, not just because of Meghan's incredibly chic new outfit.
As Remembrance Day approaches on November 11, members of the royal family are naturally out in force - and Meghan and Harry are leading the charge.
The pair together attended an engagement at Westminster Abbey on Thursday, where they paid their respects to those who lost their lives in the service of others.
As usual, the ever-stylish Meghan looked absolutely stunning in a navy blue Sentaler teddy coat, which she paired with a matching Philip Treacy facinator.
She added her black Tamara Mellon boots to finish the ensemble.
Meghan looked stunning in this navy blue ensemble. (Getty)
She and Harry paid their respects at the poignant event. (Getty)
Right down to her trendy fascinator, the Duchess couldn't have looked more chic.
Meghan left her hair in its signature loose waves - and we couldn't help but notice how incredibly shiny and lush it's looking - there's no denying that new mum glow!
Keeping her makeup minimal, yet glossy and chic, the Duchess hit the desired understated glam mark like a pro.
Meghan kept her makeup minimal and understated. (Getty)
The engagement at Westminster was organised by the Poppy Factory, of which Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, is a patron.
A field of remembrance was launched by the Factory back in 1928, which is located in the Abbey.
Both Meghan and Harry took turns to lay a cross themselves as The Last Post played.
Members of the public are also invited to plant crosses carrying personal messages in memory of lost service-people.
Meghan and Harry both paid their respects by laying a cross during the ceremony. (Getty)
The poignant engagement ended with the royals visiting the plots for regimental and other related associations.
They also had the opportunity to meet veterans from all areas of the Armed Forces who have served in past campaigns.
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The event marks the first of several engagements we'll be seeing the royals attend over the coming days, as Remembrance Day commemorations get underway.
On Saturday November 9, Meghan, Harry, Camilla, Charles and indeed even Wills and Kate will come together to attend the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall.
Like other years, we can expect to see them wearing their dressiest ensembles at the evening event.
The following day, the royals will again come together to attend the Remembrance Day Service at The Cenotaph.
Stay tuned, we'll be keeping you updated on all the details!

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