Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Remembrance Sunday

Meghan and Kate pay tribute to fallen heroes at the Festival of Remembrance More

It was the first time Prince Philip had not attended that ceremony.

Meghan Markle, our favorite royal rule-breaker, followed tradition at Saturday's Festival of Remembrance ceremony by wearing a roomy Stella McCartney wrap coat in black. He laid down next to Prince Charles (69), and Prime Minister Theresa May (62) is also a wreath at the memorial.

The aide, identified only as "Melissa", is believed to have quit suddenly, shortly after Markle married Prince Harry in May, Richard Eden reported in the publication.

A separate note added: 'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hope you will understand that, due to the enormous volume of correspondence received in the last few months, it has not been possible to reply to you until now'.

The Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge with the Queen at Remembrance Day commemorations in London.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wear Korowai during a visit to Te Papaiouru, Ohinemutu, in Rotorua.

Prince Philip has been retired from royal duties since August of 2017, but he is regularly seen at family occasions like Harry and Eugenie's weddings earlier this year, and he does attend public events from time to time.

As royal fans know, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child in 2019.

Chris Jackson via Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II speaks with Prince Charles. Pinned to her coat was a crimson poppy pin, a symbol of remembrance. It's also possible that it's a custom-made brooch, rather than five individual poppies. The Prince of Wales led the rest of the nation in honouring the country's war dead on Remembrance Sunday, taking the role historically held by his mother Queen Elizabeth for the second year in a row.

As the Royal Family marked Remembrance Day with a trio of somber events over the weekend (Nov. 10 and 11), many wondered about the Queen and Duchess Kate's sartorial tributes to fallen soldiers.

Paul Grover / Pool via AP The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend a National Service to mark the centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey.



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