Final Outing for Meghan And Harry As Senior Royals
Harry and Meghan terminate their status as Senior members of the Windsor family at the end of the month. Their duties as royals will be substantially reduced as of 31st of March 2020.
Today at the Commonwealth Service, Westminster Abbey will be their final outing as Senior Royals.
The star studded event will include performances from Alexandra Burke, Craig David and a speech from boxer Anthony Joshua.
This means the two will no longer represent the Queen or the Royal Family.
They will live a life independent of Financial backing from the Crown, starting the beginning of April.
The Commonwealth service takes place on the second Monday of March every year. Representatives of the 54 countries and 2.4 billion citizens of the commonwealth attend the event.
The duo will move to Canada to seek out a more private life with son Archie.
The coverage of their last public outing as Senior Royals begins at 2:15pm today.