First time since ‘Megxit’

It’s been a turbulent time for the British Royal family ever since Meghan Markle and Harry (he has since dropped his royal title) have stepped down from their duties. What followed was the back and forth with the Queen on their titles, and the role they play in the future.

All speculations aside, Buckingham Palace has announced that Duke and the Duchess of Sussex will join the monarch, as well as Kate Middleton and Prince William, on March 9 for Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey. This will be the first time the ‘fab four’ reunited since Harry and Meghan quit the royal family. Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, will also be in attendance.


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Although they have removed themselves for public duty, it is likely that the Sussexes will still be present at major royal events, with the next one scheduled for March 31 for annual Trooping the Colour.

It is reported that Harry is already in the UK with his wife joining him after spending time on Vancouver Island in Canada, where they and their son Archie have been staying since the split from the royal household. However, it’s been reported that their nine-month old son will not be coming to the UK which the Queen is “very sad” to learn.


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They are both due to attend Endeavor Fund Awards on March 5, as well as the Mountbatten Music Festival on March 7. Harry will be heading to Silverstone Experience with Lewis Hamilton on March 6, while Meghan will be participating in events to commemorate International Women’s Day on March 8.

Despite choosing a more private way of life, it doesn’t look like the spotlight will ever stop shining on the couple.

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