Since their announcement, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been inseparable, being seen at plenty of royal appearances and it's even been reported that Meghan's mum recently flew in for her baptism into the Church of England. While Markle and Prince Harry sat behind the Queen and Prince Charles during the service, Prince William and Kate Middleton sat next to Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
The event honours the Queen's commitment to the Commonwealth, comprised of almost 2.4 billion people across 53 countries.
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The royal family are yet to confirm these details surrounding Meghan and Harry's wedding, and they aren't expected to ahead of the big day.
"There is a very special value in the insights we gain through the Commonwealth connection".
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The exercise was part of two days of training she attended with Prince Harry in Herefordshire, whom she is due to marry in May. Prince Harry and Meghan will be tying the knot at Windsor Castle on May 19.
The course, which is to prepare her for all possible emergencies as a member of the Royal Family, took place at the headquarters of the Special Air Service: the special forces unit of the Army. The couple also announced they invited 2,640 people to celebrate their wedding day.
The 33-year-old royal is set to marry the American actress on May 19, and it has now been reported that he has been teaching her the fundamental differences between driving in the United Kingdom and her native America.
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The former Suits star also remarked on the "beautiful" service while speaking to a religious education teacher from Newcastle, adding that she had especially enjoyed the music.