Meghan Markle laughs at Prince Harry during Commonwealth Day service

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Meghan Markle Joins Queen, Royal Family for Commonwealth Day Service

The American actress's comments came when she met pupils from across the country after her first Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.

Markle joined Harry and the rest of the royal family for the annual Commonwealth Day service on Monday, and were treated with a performance by Liam Payne as part of the program.

"This year we look together towards a common future, in which all can flourish and become what we are in the care and keeping of almighty God", he said.

They were greeted by thousands of people outside the central London Abbey after the service, including hundreds of school children invited by the family and the Prime Minister.

It was Prince Harry's bride-to-be Megan Markle first public appearance with Queen Elizabeth II.

Following the service, Markle, wearing a cream coat by Amanda Wakeley with a matching beret, stopped to meet a group of pupils and teachers from schools around the United Kingdom who had gathered outside.

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After months of keeping her lips zipped on all things royal wedding-related, Meghan Markle has finally spoken out about her nuptials.

The cheeky Prince had Meghan giggling during the service.

The next big event for the family will be Harry and Meghan's wedding in May. Her playful interpretation of the British accessory staple was refreshing and unexpected; lest we forget, Diana was known for reimagining royal dress codes, too.

"He was very keen to marry Cheryl early on but she wasn't up for it because of her two failed marriages".

But it appears Meghan's apparent breaks from royal protocol have won the hearts of the British public, with a new survey has revealing Prince Harry's fiancee was named their favourite princess of all time, with a whopping 37 percent of the vote.

The former Suits star also remarked on the "beautiful" service while speaking to a religious education teacher from Newcastle, adding that she had especially enjoyed the music.

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