Prince William, Duchess Kate, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are set to make an appearance at two important events this coming weekend to mark Remembrance Day. The Fab Four, as they are known, will attend the Festival of Remembrance on Nov. 9 at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The Queen, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla will also be there. The Royal Family will also step out to the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in Whitehall the next day.
The Cambridges and Sussexes haven’t attended an event together since William and Harry competed in a charity polo match in Berkshire in July. Back then, Kate was pictured with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who played soccer while watching their dad and uncle on the field. Prince Louis was also seen toddling across the pitch to say hello to some horses with his mother by his side and sitting in his mother’s lap as he and his siblings ate lunch with her. Meghan brought then two-month-old son Archie Harrison to watch his dad and spend some time with his cousins.
On Nov. 7, Meghan and Camilla will attend a rare engagement with Harry when they step out to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey. Camilla is a patron of The Poppy Factory, which is organizing the memorial event. It will be the couple’s first joint engagement with Harry’s stepmother, who will also be visiting the memorial for the first time with Meghan.
Later this month, Harry and Meghan are said to be taking a
six-week break from royal duties, in which they will reportedly travel to the
United States so the family of three can spend time with Meghan’s mother,
Doria Ragland, and celebrate American Thanksgiving. The Sussexes are expected to
return to the UK in time for the holidays, which they’re said to be spending at
Sandringham withthe Queen and the whole Royal Family.