Try to hold back your tears: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's last royal appearance before they transition to their new life took place on March 9 at Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day service. The momentous occasion was a family affair with Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, and Queen Elizabeth II all also in attendance. That being said, while Harry and Meghan won't officially stop using their HRH titles and receiving royal money until March 31, they still took a step back from the rest of the working royals during this particular event.
Commonwealth Day, typically held on the second Monday in March, is a celebration of the Commonwealth of Nations. It is marked by an Anglican service and a speech by the Queen. Harry and Meghan attended this same event in 2019. At the time, they waited for Her Majesty's arrival alongside the rest of the key royals and walked through the church together once she was ready. This time, they skipped waiting for the Queen with Will, Kate, and their other relatives. Instead, they were ushered to their seats. In other words, it looks like change is already here.