Prince Harry and Meghan Markle surprised members of military families yesterday, when they dropped in to show their support and have a cup of coffee.
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It was a day of solemn remembrance for the young royals on Thursday.
Wearing one of her favorite milliners for the annual event at London's Westminster Abbey, Meghan, who wore head-to-toe navy, chose a bespoke design by Philip Treacy.
One military mom, Susie Stringfellow, told Forces Network that there was also a conversation between her and Harry during which he suggested that the Royal couple was already thinking of having another baby. The royal couple were expected to be joined by the Duchess of Cornwall, who was forced to pull out due to a chest infection.
'Harry was really quite interested in how things were with second children, as well because we both [she and another atendee] have older children.
Harry also chatted to his great-grandmother's former driver Arthur Barty, who was representing a plot for his former unit The Black Watch. Picture: AP Photo/Matt Dunham media_cameraMeghan was rugged up to protect herself against the autumn chill. Age shall not tired them, nor the years condemn.
"But in a way they've got to balance it, because they did such good work in South Africa, and we - as the media - were able to shine a light on fantastic causes".
As the chimes of Big Ben rang out at 11am, a two-minute silence was observed.
And on Sunday, the family is expected to attend the annual service and wreath laying at the Cenotaph. This weekend mark the primary time the 4 royal have publicly attended an occasion collectively since Trooping the Color earlier this summer time. During the ceremony, the royal couple planted a Cross of Remembrance and paid their respects to those who lost their lives during the war.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton and Prince William headed to St-Martin-in-the-Fields to meet with survivors of the Grenfell fire tragedy and Westminster Bridge terror attack.