The Queen has called Prince Harry and Meghan to join the rest of the Royal family for the Commonwealth service next month. The service will take place at Westminster Abbey on March 9 and will gather government representatives of the 53 member nations.
According to The Sunday Times, Harry and Meghan will make a round of final official engagements in March before returning back to Canada. It is also expected that they will arrive in the UK with their son Archie, who will be 10 months old.
The annual Commonwealth service is attended by senior members of the royal family including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Prince Harry and Meghan have also attended the service last year, after speaking to young Canadians at Canada House the same day. Meghan, who at the time was pregnant with Archie, donned white long coat over a white dress with a black pattern; combined with a white pillbox-style hat, a small green clutch and matching green heels.
On Thursday, Prince Harry and Meghan attended one of their first engagements since stepping down as senior royals, according to royal sources.
The couple were guests at an exclusive event hosted by JPMorgan in Miami’s South Beach.
A source revealed to Page Six: “It was all very hush-hush, with a lot of security. Meghan and Harry headlined the event as the keynote speakers.
“Harry spoke about mental health and how he has been in therapy for the past three years to try to overcome the trauma of losing his mother.
“He talked about how the events of his childhood affected him and that he has been talking to a mental health professional.”
Harry also talked about their choice to step back, saying it is a decision he doesn’t regret as he doesn’t want Meghan and their son Archie to go through what he did as a child.