Meghan and Prince Harry's perfect romance rub shoulders with Kate and Prince William, who broke away from tradition in a rare public affection during a Remembrance Sunday service. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge usually keep their romance secret and private to fulfill royal obligations – but the emotions of the armistice service clearly reached both kings. But Prince William broke with tradition on Sunday to put a soothing hand on his back for his wife, who looked elegant in a green double-breasted coat by Catherine Walker. Meanwhile, Prince Harry also stayed near his pregnant wife, Meghan, and the pair showed their hands when they arrived at the Queen to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ceasefire at Westminster Abbey.
And Harry also showed the actions of his older brother by putting a tender arm around his wife after the Emotional Remembrance Day.
Pregnant mother Meghan Markle, 37, looked radiant when she showed her blooming baby bump in a double-breasted navy dress, complete with a belt.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are often photographed showing their affection by holding hands, crossing their arms and embracing.
The lovers held hands during the engagement talk and the American actress. She even put her hand on Prince Harry's knee as they scuffled around.
And on their first royal tour, Harry and Meghan packed themselves on the PDA with a lot of back cleaning and a handshake. [1
His grandmother does not show husband Prince Philip in public. probably because she is aware of her role as head of state, which the gravitas need for this position.
This is in contrast to Prince Harry, who is fifth to the throne – and sixth to the throne. That does not mean that Kate and William never publicly kissed or kissed, but it depends on the occasion.
The couple shocked many as they spotted Princess Ougenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank in October. 19659003] The parents of three clasped hands while seated in the pews of St. George's Chapel.
Earlier in the day Meghan, Harry and Kate and William attended a celebration in front of the Cenotaph war memorial World War 1.
Megh and did not stand on the same balcony as the Queen, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge or Camilla, the Duchess from Cornwall, during the commemoration holidays in London.
And instead she watched the solemn events from the balcony of a separate window in front of the cenotaph, together with the German President Frank- Walter Steinmeier's wife Elke Buedenbender.
All royals wore poppies to remember the fallen, with the queen and Kate in particular carrying several – the reason for which is not fully known.
It was the first day of remembrance of the Duchess of Sussex as a member of the royal family.