Meghan Markle, 36, and husband-to-be Prince Harry, 33, attended a Commemoration and Thanksgiving service at Westminster Abbey today to honour Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who served and died during conflict.
American actress Meghan was seen greeting Prince William, 35, who welcome his third child, a son who has yet to be named, on Monday.
The Bride-to-be changed into a black outfit for the memorial service with a small beret style hat.
Earlier in the day, Harry and Meghan attended a dawn service to honour Australian and New Zealand casualties and veterans in London.
The service at Hyde Park Corner marks the anniversary of the landings in the Dardanelles on April 25, 1915 that would signal the start of the Gallipoli Campaign during the First World War.
The Suits actress wore a double-breasted grey military style coat and black heels to the early morning event. She teamed her look with a wide brimmed black hat.
Meghan also wore a traditional red poppy on her lapel in remembrance of those who died in war.
Harry who served in the armed forces chose to wear a civilian suit adorned with his military medals and a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order medal around his neck.
The Prince paid his respects with a handwritten note and a wreath of red roses. The note read: “In loving memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice and the many whose lives were changed forever. Harry”
Look through this gallery to see Meghan Markle and Prince Harry mark Anzac day.
The royal couple, who will be married on May 19, will also attend a Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving later in the day at Westminster Abbey.