On March 12, billions of people around the world celebrated Commonwealth Day. From Africa to Asia, the Americas and Caribbean, Europe and the Pacific, it was a celebration of unity in diversity.
Activities at the event were broadcast live on BBC One starting from 2.45pm (GMT). Representatives from all 53 Commonwealth nations were part of the main event in London. The Commonwealth Day is a prelude to the 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
Kate Middleton and her Royal baby bump made an appearance
With the weeks counting down to her delivery, the Duchess of Cambridge is still very active. She attended the interdenominational service marking Commonwealth Day alongside Prince William, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle.
Kate looked totally radiant as she stepped out in a dark blue dress and coat by Beulah. Her blue hat by Lock and Co and a matching clutch completed the look.
Even with her very prominent baby bump, Kate is still stunning. The royal still continues to set the standards for class during pregnancy.
There is no saying whether she will still make any more public appearances before she gives birth sometime in April, but it will hardly be a surprise if she keeps working till then.
Meghan’s first event with the Queen
The interdenominational service at Westminster Abbey is the first official public event Meghan Markle is attending with Queen Elizabeth II.
Before now, she joined the family at their traditional Christmas Day church service in Sandringham, Norfolk in 2017.
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