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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan spotted attending church with the Queen during their final days as senior royals

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By Alex Lilly
Since arriving in the UK for their final duties as senior royals, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have been the talk of the town, if not the world!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are wrapping up their last official loose ends before stepping away from life as senior royals. But despite their jam-packed schedules, Meghan and Harry were spotted sharing some quality time with the Queen, with the trio enjoying a family trip to church in Windsor on Sunday, March 8th.
Harry and Meghan were spotted driving to a Sunday church service at Windsor. (Image: Mega)
In the photos, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan looked at ease as they drove to the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park, close to their former home Frogmore Cottage.
Dressed in what appears to be a monochrome dress by Givenchy, Duchess Meghan looked as elegant as ever and accessorised her look with a fascinator-style headpiece and striking emerald earrings, while Harry wore a smart suit and tie.
The Queen was also photographed arriving by car and looked bright and cheerful in a light blue ensemble with a matching hat.
The church service took place on Sunday morning, with a source telling PEOPLE that "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."
The Queen invited Harry and Meghan to attend church with her at Windsor. (Image: Getty)
Sunday was also International Women's Day and vocal feminist Duchess Meghan honoured the milestone on Friday by paying a surprise visit to Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham.
Dagenham in East London was the birthplace of the equal pay movement when a group of female factory workers faced a pay settlement that declared them less skilled than men and walked out on strike. Two years later, the UK Parliament was forced to pass the Equal Pay Act.
The Duchess also met with Geraldine Dear, one of the strikers and said that being in Dagenham was "incredibly profound."
"Because as you can see with Geraldine and the other women who had the strength to really stand up for something that they knew needed to be done," she said to the students.
"This is the best example of no matter how small you might feel, how low you may feel on the ladder or the totem pole, no matter what colour you are, no matter what gender you are, you have a voice, and you certainly have the right to speak up for what is right," Meghan added.
Sussex Royal shared a selection of photos and videos from the Duchess's visit to Dagenham. (Image: Instagram @sussexroyal)
The Duchess of Sussex attended the event to celebrate the women of the future, and also highlight the important role men and boys play on the day, even inviting one young man to come up on stage.
Head boy Aker Okoye joined the royal on stage to rapturous applause before remarking, "She really is beautiful, innit?" leaving Duchess Meghan in a fit of giggles before she wagged her finger at him, and then praising the student for his "incredible confidence."
Watch the moment in the player below. Post continues after video...
Harry and Meghan's final royal engagement will be on Monday for the traditional Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey to mark Commonwealth Day.
There, they will be reunited with Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla as well as Prince William and Duchess Catherine - and it will mark the final time the royal Fab Four will be together as senior royals.
At the last Commonwealth Day service, Duchess Meghan was heavily pregnant with Archie and it was one of her last public appearances before going on maternity leave.

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