Meghan Markle Paid Tribute to Princess Diana With an Iconic Fashion Choice

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While most people have been keeping on eye on the dynamic between future sisters-in-law Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, it's easy to forget that Markle and Prince Harry have a special bond that's worth keeping an eye on as well.

Specifically, for her first engagement with the British monarch, Meghan joined the royal family at Westminster Abbey for a service in honor of Commonwealth Day.

In one still, Parisa Fitz-Henley, who plays Meghan, and Murray Fraser, who takes on the role of Prince Harry, can be seen sharing a warm embrace eerily similar to the portrait the real couple released to celebrate their engagement previous year. "Prince Harry and Ms. Markle have invited 2,640 people into the grounds of Windsor Castle to watch the arrivals of the Bride and Groom, and their wedding guests, at the chapel and to watch the carriage procession as it departs from the castle".

Markle joined her husband-to-be and Britain's other senior royals including Harry's father, Prince Charles, and his elder brother Prince William and his wife Catherine at London's Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth service on Monday.

In her message to the gathering, Queen Elizabeth praised the value of "exchanging ideas and seeing life from other perspectives".

As previously reported by The Sun's freakish column, the pair - who raise son Bear together - have been drifting apart with Liam spending more time focusing on his career.

Britain's Prince Harry, his fiancee Meghan Markle, Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, arrive at the Commonwealth Service.

"Liam appears more committed to a pop star lifestyle than becoming a real family man". As Queen Elizabeth no longer travels overseas, this will likely be her last chance to attend one of the meetings.

Former Army intelligence officer Gerald Moor said Markle was likely taught to form a relationship with her kidnappers, the Daily Mail reported.

"She's become determined to make it work - to prove the doubters wrong".