Royal Family celebrates Royal Air Force`s 100th Anniversary

Royal Family celebrates Royal Air Force`s 100th Anniversary

It was another huge moment for Meghan, who has been adapting to life as a member of the royal family since she married Harry at Windsor Castle on May 19.

She started her morning attending a service for the RAF at Westminster Abbey alongside her husband, The Queen and other senior royals, before the royals returned to Buckingham Palace.

However, in 2015, the Kate became patron, the tradition changed with women being recognised the same way as men for the first time - with a sword.

The Duchess has made subtle changes to her look since marrying Harry, opting for clutch bags, and has ditched the messy bun in favour for a more sleek style.

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Recall that Queen Elizabeth II could not be present at the christening of their sixth grandson, but many other members of the British Royal family was with him on this special day: Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Charles, the Duchess Chornoliska and others.

She's expected to make her official debut back into the workforce in September, however. She was photographed wearing a RAF Dacre brooch on her lapel and a matching blue hat. Middleton, who is expecting her first child, wore a white broderie anglaise dress by the same label for her first Wimbledon appearance on July 5.

And amid turmoil in the Cabinet and her Government, Mrs May delivered a reading at the service, Hebrews 11:32-12:2, with the head of the RAF Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier also taking to the lectern.

Led by the Queen, the royals were attending a service to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force. Note that the colors of all three outfits have similarities, the wife of Prince William three wore light suits.

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