Harry and Meghan get a taste of Canada on Commonwealth Day

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"The only pity I reckon with Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is I feel she is so intelligent and so good at public speaking, she's really strong in areas like girls' education and homelessness, poverty".

December 10: At a star-studded event, Meghan presented the designer of her wedding dress with a prize at the London Fashion Awards. Meghan topped it off with a circular white hat, carrying a small green satin clutch to hold her essentials.

During the service, both Meghan and Kate were seen saying hello, or hola, to different guests and conversing with them, but eventually the two made their way to each other.

Meghan, who is around seven months pregnant, chose a forest green embroidered coat by Canadian-born, London-based Erdem from his autumn/winter 2019 collection.

Prince Harry and Meghan attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on March 11.

When a woman at an event congratulated the 2 on their pregnancy, Harry jokingly said, "What, you're pregnant?" to Meghan.

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The Duchess was sitting next to Prince Harry during the service, which is attended by the royals every year.

While many guests opted for smart dresses and coats, the cellist, 33, was pictured in a daring red ruffled gown as she arrived outside Westminster Abbey.

Meghan wore Erdem for a visit to Canada House.

Greer said her new look was inspired by Meghan Markle's appearance on the television show Suits. Noticeably, she didn't wear her gorgeous engagement ring!

January 16: Meghan and Harry attended the Cirque du Soleil's "Totem" show at London's Royal Albert Hall, an event aimed at raising awareness and funds for Harry's Sentebale charity.

In her message to mark Commonwealth Day the head of state has praised how the family of nations inspires its member states to find ways of protecting the planet and its citizens.