Meghan Markle in recollection mode with Harry for a big first

Since 2013, Prince Harry has attended the annual Westminster Abbey Ceremony, where the Field of Remembrance, a field of poppies and crosses honoring the dead fighters for Great Britain in the First World War, is being held. . On November 7, he introduced himself with his wife Meghan Markle.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who returned a few weeks ago from a magnificent trip to Africa, took part in the ceremony organized in memory of the heroes of the war. This is the first time Meghan Markle took part in this event. For the occasion, she appeared in a chic outfit consisting of a long dark blue coat with a poppy on the back, a black dress and black boots signed Victoria Beckham. She had also opted for a bibi – an accessory she likes and wears regularly – from Philip Treacy.

Between the smiles and the cuckolds of the hand to the crowd, the mother of Archie (6 months) did not miss either to recollect, depositing on a monument erected for the occasion a small cross symbolizing one of the dead fighters on the battlefield. An attitude that should make him regain some points of sympathy as she divides the English and she suffers from its new notoriety. Harassed by the press, she has recently received the support of women MPs of all stripes. As for Prince Harry, dressed for the occasion of his military uniform (the Household Division), he also recovered.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry also took advantage of this trip to meet with members of various associations, as well as veterans of the armed forces, engaged in other conflicts. They also listened respectfully to the title Last Post played the bugle. On the 11th, no doubt they will also participate in Remembrance Day.

The day before, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a surprise visit to the Broom Farm Community Center in Windsor, where they were able to meet military families.

Thomas Montet

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