Prince Harry, Duchess of Sussex Meghan mark Commonwealth Day with Canadians

Prince Harry, Duchess of Sussex Meghan mark Commonwealth Day with Canadians

A quick outfit change later and the Duchess of Sussex was out again for the Commonwealth Day Services!

The two duchesses looked absolutely gorgeous as they entered Westminster Abbey in London for a Commonwealth Day service.

The duchess opted to forgo wearing the diamond sparkler that Prince Harry designed himself. The event is usually held on the second Monday in March to celebrate the Commonwealth of Nations.

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Meghan, who lived in Toronto while acting on the series "Suits" and is expecting the couple's first child in April, wore a green coat by Montreal-born designer Erdem Moralioglu and gold earrings from Maison Birks.

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This year's event, which was also attended by the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, played a special significance across the world as it marked the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth.

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Now fans are wondering why she chose not to wear the stunning piece of jewellery.

Fashion aside, the duchesses made 2019 Commonwealth Day also noteworthy because they broke, if not royal protocol, definitely one other thing when they greeted each other with a friendly kiss at the Commonwealth Day service: their rumoured feud. She styled the cream-colored midi dress, which retails for $1,850, with a matching coat and a white pillbox hat.