Meghan Markle channeled First Lady style as she arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral with Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex, 40, was photographed in a cream coat and matching heels as she made her first public royal appearance in over two years.
The mother-of-two kept her look modest by sporting a classic cut and a neutral shade but she still appeared the height of elegance.
Harry and Meghan were last seen with other members of the Royal Family at the frosty Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in March 2020 after they quit as working royals.
The couple were greeted at the entrance of St. Paul’s by the Lord Mayor of London and they took their seats beside Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, and their husbands.
Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived later, avoiding any possible tense interaction between the two couples.
Buckingham Palace officials managed to avoid a repeat of the frosty moments when the Cambridges and Sussexes sat next to each other and left together at their last joint event in 2020.
People sang the National Anthem outside St. Paul’s as they waited for the members of the Royal Family to leave at the end.
Prince Charles and Camille first walked out when the bells started to ring, followed by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Meghan looked glowing in her cream coat dress she partnered with a wide-brimmed hat. She also wore matching point-toe pumps and finished her outfit with cream leather gloves.
She also displayed her diamond engagement ring, matching wedding band, diamond earrings from Canadian jewelry designer Birks, and Cartier Love bracelet.
After the service, Meghan and Harry left the cathedral and enjoyed some time with Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall.
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