Commonwealth Day 2020 - Duke and Duchess of Sussex say Goodbye

Meghan and Harry attended with other members of the Royal Family at Westminster Abbey today in London for the Queen's annual Commonwealth Service.

Meghan and Harry say goodbye to being senior working royals at Westminster Abbey
Meghan cheering up a young girl who was feeling the cold outside of the Abbey.
The Commonwealth currently comprises of 54 countries. The Queen dedicated her working life to the Commonwealth and its people and this would have been a very important event for her today. That is why many senior members of the Royal Family were there.

As one might expect, it was a mutli-cultural service with one musical performance given by UK singer Craig David and with one of the eulogies given by boxer Anthony Joshua.

The Royal's did their best to present a united front however, tensions and some awkwardness was evident from the video footage of the service. 

This was the last official engagement for Meghan and Harry prior to them stepping down as senior working royals. Let's hope its not too long before we see them again. They certainly shake things up. 

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