Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended the final funeral rite of Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey in London along with the members of the Royal family. And Meghan was emotional during the final rights.
On Monday, Meghan Markle was pictured wiping her tears during the service of honoring the Queen at London's Westminster Abbey. This emotional outburst happened before the late Queen's coffin was taken to the Wellington Arch in Hyde Park. Later the coffin was moved to Windsor's St. George's Chapel, the final resting place.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrived in a car at Westminster Abbey on Monday morning. They then joined the royal family members for a procession to Westminster Abbey from the hall, where the Queen's casket has been lying since Wednesday.
The Queen's coffin was followed by King Charles III, Prince William, and Prince Harry during the procession. Queen Camilla, Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle were seen outside Westminster Abbey. Along with them were Prince William and Kate Middleton's eldest kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
When Charlotte turned to meet Meghan, who stood behind Camilla, 75, George, 9, and Charlotte, 7, Meghan looked down and smiled sweetly at the little Princess.
Meghan Markle was later seen crying as she stood close to Harry, 38, as the coffin was loaded onto the vehicle after the procession to Wellington Arch.
On Monday, Meghan paid special homage to Queen Elizabeth by wearing pearl and diamond drop earrings presented to her by the late monarch. She wore the same earrings at the Queen's coffin ceremoniously procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall.
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The Queen always lent, and gifted jewelry to all her female relatives, and the same pearl drop earrings were presented to Meghan Markle during their first solo trip together in 2018.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry traveled to Europe from California for a chain of charity events. They both appeared at the WellChild Awards in London when Queen Elizabeth died, and Harry rushed to Scotland to be with the family.
Meghan and Harry joined William and Kate to pay their tribute at Windsor Castle and met the mourners.
Even after Harry and Meghan stepped down from their royal duties, seeing Harry along with Kate and William shows a sign of bondage and unity even during the difficult times.
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