Rise up with the royals!
Prince Harry and his fiancée, Meghan Markle, attended a sunrise in London early Wednesday morning. The betrothed couple represented the royal family at Anzac Day Service at Wellington Arch near Buckingham Palace in London and then at Westminster Abbey.
Markle, 36, wore an elegant gray double breasted dress with a black dress underneath a red poppy needle and a wide black hat. Harry, 33, also wore a poppy needle and a series of medals.
The service has been a tradition since 1916 and begins at the New Zealand Memorial, where Prince Harry wreathed a wreath. Together with several dignitaries from New Zealand and Australia, Harry and Meghan went to the Australian Memorial, where Harry put down another wreath.
The couple has a long morning, because then they will attend the wreath and parade service, where Harry will put another wreath in the name of Queen Elizabeth, while 300-400 participants will march into the parade.
Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, will then go to Westminster Abbey for the service of remembrance and Thanksgiving.
Anzac Day is a memorial day for those soldiers from Australia and New Zealand who have served and died in all wars, conflicts and peace operations. Both countries are part of the Commonwealth, of which Queen Elizabeth serves as leader.
Prince Harry's father, Prince Charles, has recently returned from a Royal Tour in Australia to open the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Sydney. The entire family was busy before the wedding of Harry and Meghan on May 19. Kate Middleton and Prince William recently welcomed their third child, a little boy in the family, on Monday.