Queen Elizabeth II left the rating favorites of the Royal family

Queen Elizabeth II left the rating favorites of the Royal family

Queen Elizabeth II left the rating favorites of the Royal family

The family gathered for a Remembrance Day Service on Sunday to honour those who lost their lives in World War I.

Following a two minute silence at 11am, a wreath was laid on Her Majesty's behalf by Prince Charles at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, while an Equerry placed one on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh.

Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbynwere spotted in attendance, along with ex-PMs Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.

Prince Charles reportedly hates doing one thing with royal fans whenever he's out to meet them during his royal walkabouts.

Meghan and Harry's secretary, Australian Samantha Cohen (49), will reportedly also be leaving Kensington Palace soon, after nearly 20 years of working for the royals. Markle stood on another balcony close by, watching the ceremony alongside Elke Budenbender, wife of German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier. While Kate watched alongside Queen Elizabeth and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Meghan watched from the balcony of another window.

Before she began dating Harry in the summer of 2016 (and, of course, later went on to marry him and become the Duchess of Sussex), Meghan spent the previous summer hanging out with a few of her celebrity friends from the acting world. Meghan's assistant's resignation comes just six months after the duchess's official entry into the British monarchy.

The royals previously attended another Remembrance Day event Saturday night.

As the balconies of each window are small, it is almost impossible to fit more than three or four people on each - and although Meghan didn't join her family members, she was given a very important position of her own: accompanying German President Frank-Walter Steinmeie's wife Elke Budenbender.

Harry, The Duke of Sussex came top in a YouGov poll, with the Queen just behind her grandson in second place.

While Meghan Markle has been known to stray from royal tradition from time to time, the Duchess of Sussex likely won't break her new family's holiday traditions.

Queen Elizabeth II is extremely popular in the UK.

Many have also speculated that it's not five individual poppies but a single corsage.

It is William and Harry - along with their wives Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan - who appear on the cover of glossy magazines, not the about-to-be-70 Charles.

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