Prince Harry made his first solo royal appearance since his 16 day royal tour with Meghan Markle today, attending a remembrance service at Westminster Abbey.
The Duke of Sussex laid a cross of remembrance at the Graves Of Unknown British soldiers from the first and second world war.
However, Harry’s wife Meghan was nowhere to be seen for the royal engagement, leaving people questioning where the Duchess was.
As it turns out, Meghan was never meant to attend this event, and Prince Harry was organised to go solo, as many royals do occasionally while working.
OK! magazine’s royal expert Laura Hills explained: “The memorial is an event that Harry has attended six times before, as a former serviceman himself it is particularly meaningful for him.
“It is common for members of the royal family to carry out solo engagements and it was likely decided that Meghan did not need to attend on this occasion.”
She added: “William often attends engagements without Kate, and likewise both Duchesses carry out engagements on their own.”
The service comes only a week after the Duke and Duchess retuned from their royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
People were treated to regular sightings of the pregnant Duchess, but are believed to be seeing Meghan again on Remembrance Sunday.
It’s most likely the Duchess will be out again on 11 November with the rest of the royal family as they honour those who died during war.
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