Prince Harry teaching Meghan Markle to drive in the UK

  • Prince Harry teaching Meghan Markle to drive in the UK

Prince Harry teaching Meghan Markle to drive in the UK

Meghan wowed in white for the occasion, donning a cream-colored Amanda Wakeley coat with a white Stephen Jones hat and navy heels, seemingly taking a style cue from her future sister-in-law, Kate Middleton.

The service, which is the largest annual inter-faith gathering in the United Kingdom, is held every year to celebrate the Queen's lifetime commitment to the Commonwealth as Head of its 53 countries.

Meghan and Harry are set to tie the knot in St George's Chapel in Winsdor Castle in May, and it was previously reported that the brunette beauty has been turning to Harry's step-mother Duchess Camilla for support.

The source added: "Some of the royals aren't happy about the idea, so they suggested that William do it".

The Duke of Edinburgh, who retired from public service past year, did not attend.

'We shall see this in action at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting which takes place in the United Kingdom next month, bringing together young people, business and civil society from across the Commonwealth.

Former One Direction band member Liam Payne will perform during the service today and the reflection will be given by Dr Andrew Bastawrous. Following the service, William, Kate, Harry and Meghan will walk through Dean's Yard to attend a reception. In addition to the Queen, nearly all of the core members of the Windsor family, including Prince Harry, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Sophie, the Countess of Wessex and more, were in attendance. Since then, it has grown from seven nations to 53 members, representing 2.4 billion citizens.

The royal couple spent time at an event hosted by Stemettes - an initiative that aims to inspire the next generation of women to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) - at Millennium Point, a site that provides workspace for educational and STEM-related organisations.

Also among the 2,000 strong congregation will be the prime minister of Malta Joseph Muscat, Commonwealth Secretary-General Baroness Scotland, high commissioners, ambassadors, senior politicians from across the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, faith leaders and more than 800 schoolchildren and young people.