Meghan Markle moved to tears at ceremony

Tanya Cunningham
March 12, 2019

Meghan made a quick change from the green Erdem coat she wore earlier in the day into a cream coat over a printed dress with a matching pillbox hat.

Meghan Markle will reportedly lose her fourth palace aide after her assistant private secretary, Amy Pickerill, is set to leave once the Duchess of Sussex gives birth to her first child with Prince Harry. She filmed "Suits" in Toronto for six years from 2011 to 2017, when she became engaged to the prince and moved across the pond. She and Harry visited the Canadian base in London to celebrate Canadians living in the UK.

Markle also revealed her secret to avoiding the negativity on social media, when the topic of disrespectful comments directed to women in positions of power flood social platforms.

October 15: Harry and Meghan, who married in May 2018, announce they are expecting their first child in the spring of 2019 while in Australia on their first overseas tour as a married couple.

So, it's no surprise Markle would want to pay tribute to the country.

Clean Bandit performing
Clean Bandit performing

While sister-in-law Kate Middleton went for her favorite coat dress by Catherine Walker for the U.K.'s annual Commonwealth Day service, Meghan Markle opted for a fresh-off-the-runway look.

December 18: Meghan joked she was feeling "very pregnant" during a Christmas visit to a care home where she joined residents making decorations and singing festive songs.

Myka Meier, founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, previously told PEOPLE that Meghan will be expected to curtsy to Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla. In the video you can see Meghan showing off her new British skills!

The couple also got involved in a maple taffy making session (maple syrup cooled on snow to make sweets) with youngsters and watched a musical performance.

The royal couple had a fantastic morning, speaking to young Canadians who were inspiring in the worlds of fashion, arts, business and academia.


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