Wearing a cozy grey coat, black outfit and matching hat, Meghan Markle, 36, seemed somber while attending the Anzac Day Memorial Service in U.K. this Wednesday. The retired Hollywood star was joined by her fiancé as well as her brother-in-law! Of course, Kate Middleton stayed home to rest with her newborn prince.
The yearly event serves to memorialize the first major battle involving Australian and New Zealand forces during World War One.
Meghan kept her head down as she, Prince Harry, 33, and Prince William, 35, paid their respects to the fallen veterans.
The former Suits actress and her fiancé took part in a moving ceremony that included readings, national anthems and a moment of silence. Harry also signed a book of remembrance.
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While Harry and Meghan looked elegant and poised as always, they seemed rather glum despite the fact that their royal nephew was born just two days prior!
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Duchess Kate, 36, gave birth to her third child — and second son — with William this Monday. While the newborn's name has yet to be revealed, Kensington Palace confirmed both he and his gorgeous mother are happy and healthy.
Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton (who is also expecting) was the first family member to be spotted visiting the new royal baby.
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