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Meghan Markle Joins Queen, Royal Family for Commonwealth Day Service

13 March 2018, 06:02 | Tara Lloyd

Getty Meghan had to shut down her popular blog and social media accounts when she joined the royals

Meghan Markle

The two were joined by other members of the monarchy, including Markle's soon-to-be brother- and sister in-law, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, to celebrate Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey in London.

The couple were sat in the row behind Prince William, who sat studying his order of service, next to Kate.

Harry and Meghan will say "I do" at St George's chapel at Windsor Castle.

It's Meghan's first formal engagement alongside the Queen, and all eyes were on her look as she arrived!

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As always, the Queen led the way for her family, marching toward the abbey in an eye-catching maroon outfit and a big smile on her face.

PHOTOS: Meghan Markle's style through the yearsMarkle was seated behind the queen and next to Prince Harry.

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It was decided that Markle should have the training before her May wedding to Harry because of heightened security concerns after a package containing white powder was sent to Markle and set off an anthrax scare, Wonderwall reported.

Last week, The Queen released her Commonwealth message where she spoke of how the Commonwealth will "work more collaboratively towards a common future".

The Commonwealth Day service will also be attended by the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and the Prime Minister.

A former SAS officer told the Daily Express the training will have "petrified" Markle even though she knew "the enemy was not real".

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