Meghan Markle makes first public outing with the Queen at Westminster Abbey

Posted March 13, 2018

For today's Commonwealth Day Services in England, Markle put her usual rule-breaking ways on hold in favor of coordinating navy and cream outfits with the Duchess of Cambridge. For her first official appearance with Queen Elizabeth, however, Markle took a safer, but still chic, approach to dressing-maybe with Kate Middleton's help.

Meghan Markle was a vision in white when she stepped out with her fiancé Prince Harry and future brother- and sister-in-law the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Monday (Mar. 12) at the Commonwealth Day service.

Elizabeth has been head of the Commonwealth since 1952 and aides say she regards the success of the organization, which now has 53 members representing over 2.4 billion people, as one of her greatest achievements as queen.

The ceremony included performances by singer Liam Payne, the Portsmouth Gospel Choir and Ngati Ranana, the London Maori Choir, among others.

The bride-to-be, 36, was recently baptised ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry in May and has been snapped wearing a new diamond cross bracelet on her wrist.

Channel 4 royal comedy The Windsors is to return for a special edition to mark Harry and Meghan's marriage.

This isn't the first time we've had a royal romance brought to life of the small screen, who can forget the magic of the TV movie William & Kate, which was released shortly before Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot in 2011.

This type of training's nothing new to members of the royal family, nearly of all of whom have done a similar exercise except the Queen herself.

The news comes amid reports Prince Harry is teaching his bride-to-be how to drive on the left side of the road and how to drive a manual auto after years of using an automatic, in the case of an emergency.

Phil Dampier added: "Good to see Meghan singing national anthem".

Markle, who intends to become a United Kingdom citizen, also reportedly officially became a member of the Church of England earlier in March when she was baptized in a private ceremony. Princess Diana, who was Harry and William's mother, would often wear berets and especially loved milliner Stephen Jones.