Today the royal family celebrated Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey. The service is the United Kingdom's largest interfaith gathering, with representatives from all 53 nations participating. Per tradition, the Queen WAs the last to enter the royal peculiar before the service began.
Today Her Majesty was accompanied by her son, the Duke of York (HRH is standing in for Prince Philip, who retired from public life in 2017. Also in attendance: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Catherine rewore a red military-style coat by Catherine Walker from April 2014, when she, William and George toured New Zealand and Australia.
This time, Catherine accessorized with neutral suede pumps and a clutch. Today's hat was more disc and less pillbox (and it featured a darling bow on the back).
The Duchess of Sussex had two engagements today; earlier she and Prince Harry visited Canada House to celebrate the diverse community of Canadians living around the U.K.
For the service at the Abbey, Meghan was in head-to-toe Victoria Beckham (I'm loving the hat)
If you'd like to watch some (or all) of the service, head over to BBC's Youtube channel. You'll see the royals banter with one another, footage of the performers and a few unscripted moments.