Prince Harry, his fiancée Meghan Markle, and Prince William observed Anzac Day together on Wednesday.
The trio attended an Anzac Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving held at London's Westminster Abbey. The service is in honor of Anzacs (soldiers in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) who have served and have fallen. April 25 highlights the first major military action Australian and New Zealand forces made during WWI and has been observed in London since 1916.
For the second part of the ceremony, Meghan wore a two-piece black suit topped off with a fascinator.
For the earlier service, which held at Wellington Arch in Hyde Park Corner, she wore the Pagoda Coat from SMYTHE's Fall 2018 collection, which fell below the knee. She finished her look with a black hat and a coordinating clutch and pumps.
The royal-to-be accessorized both outfits with a red poppy, an acknowledgment of those who died in war.