Meghan and Harry meet veterans at poignant ceremony commemorating war dead

Prince Harry Duke of Sussex Meghan Duchess of Sussex and their baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor during their royal tour of South Africa in September 2019

Meghan and Harry meet veterans at poignant ceremony commemorating war dead

Meghan Markle made her first visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey on Thursday, ahead of the national Remembrance Sunday ceremony. "[The Duke and Duchess] are very down to earth, and they've had a snapshot of the entire community here by talking to lots of people from different backgrounds".

Harry and Meghan also showed off their empathy during the visit, with the duke telling families he found it hard to think about how difficult it must be to be away from one's children on military service.

Army & You reports, according to Amy Thompson whose her husband, Brad, is attached to the Welsh Guards, Meghan spoke to the mom about Archie and revealed the littlest royal is weaning and already crawling.

After chatting with Harry about football and his time in the army, he was delighted when Meghan came over and waved to his granddaughter Shelby, 21, who said she "couldn't believe the Duchess called her name". Meghan also revealed to a little girl that her son has sprouted two "tiny" teeth.

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"Look any woman especially when they're pregnant, you're really vulnerable, and so that was made really challenging, and then when you have a newborn", Meghan said in the programme.

On Saturday, November 9, Meghan and Harry will join members of the Royal family, including the Queen, at the Royal Albert Hall to attend the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance.

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Andrea McMahon, the military unit's assistant regimental secretary, said: 'Poppie was hoping to get cuddles from them and we knew how much Harry loves children.

Capt Lewis said it was "great for the duke and duchess to take the time to truly understand the challenges" the families face.

The couple laid poppies and two crosses as a bugler played the Last Post.

The event was supposed to also be attending by Duchess Camilla, but she was forced to pull out due to a chest infection.

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