Meghan Markle entered
Westminster Abbey to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral service.
She joined the rest of the
royal family including Kate Middleton, to pay her final respect to the late monarch.
The Duchess of Sussex shared a
car with Prince Harry. She was dressed in traditional mourning attire,
featuring a black knee-length cape dress.
Markle accessorized her look
with a large black hat and pointed court shoes but chose to forgo the
traditional black veil worn by other royal women.
The Duchess opted for a pair
of pearl earrings in touching tribute to the Queen, who always admired pearls.
Markle was also seen speaking
with other guests at the funeral before the start of the procession.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry was
dressed in a morning suit. The Duke of Sussex was not allowed to wear his
military uniform to his grandmother’s funeral because he is no longer a working
member of the royal family.