Meghan Markle & Prince Harry step briefly back into the Royal Family show

To the thrill of Meghan and Harry followers everywhere, we saw lots of photos and T.V. coverage of the couple today as they attended the National Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen's Reign that was held at St. Paul's Cathedral in London, part of the 2022 Platinum Jubilee Celebrations.

Meghan and Harry received cheers and applause as they arrived for the church service. The sermon was given by the Bishop of York due to the Archbishop of Canterbury's inability to attend due to illness. Likewise, the Queen, who is suffering from episodic mobility problems, decided not to attend in person instead watching the live TV coverage. The Archbishop of York did a wonderful job as did the choirs and other clergy and speakers. 

Kind thoughts for Meghan Markle

The service saw Meghan and Harry publicly reuniting with other members of the Royal family, albeit that they were sitting somewhat more distant than in the past from the 'senior working Royals.' We did get to see Meghan and Harry make their own entrance to the Cathedral, walking down the aisle with their shoulders back and heads held high.

Like us all who watched the event or listened to the live radio coverage through the BBC, Meghan and Harry appeared to enjoy themselves and were seen smiling and laughing, no doubt at the Bishops of York's remarks for the Queen that he unfortunately could not predict who the winners would be at this weekends horse races in the Derby at Epsom - the Queen been a renowned lover of all things equine. A good positive day.


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