Meghan Markle makes first visit to Westminster Abbey's Field of Remembrance

Prince William Kate Middleton

Prince William Kate Middleton

"She will therefore not be at today's event with Harry and Meghan".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped in on the weekly meeting, which is held near their Frogmore Cottage home, to visit with families who have relatives deployed overseas.

Baby Archie now has two teeth and is crawling, the Duchess of Sussex has revealed. While they both admitted the past year has been "a struggle", things have apparently took a turn for the best now that their 6-month-old son Archie is sleeping through the night. Meghan also told a little girl Archie "just got two teeth".

"Archie just got two teeth, two tiny ones right there", she said.

Amy Thompson, a mother who attended the event told the BBC that Markle was eager to swap parenting stories.

Mr Barty, who had driven the Queen Mother for 27 years until her death in 2002, said: "I covered nearly 100,000 miles with the Queen Mother".

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Ms Smith said the visit was a "really special and lovely boost" for the military families.

The royal couple met families from the Welsh Guards, Coldstream Guards and Household Cavalry on Wednesday at a coffee morning on an Army housing estate.

Most of the Coldstream Guards are now deployed on exercise in Kenya whilst numerous Welsh Guards are finishing a long deployment far away in to the Falkland Islands. Meanwhile, the Welsh Guards have a large section away in the Falkland Islands.

He said: "It's unbelievably hard". I in actuality hold so noteworthy respect and admiration for any person that has to address that. "I can't imagine what it's like to miss so much as [children] change so quickly".

"The duke and duchess have a full schedule of engagements and commitments until mid-November, after which they will be taking some much-needed family time", a source told the Sunday Times.

"They are very down to earth and they've had a snapshot of the entire community here by talking to lots of people from different backgrounds". Those who lost their lives are being remembered in the United Kingdom with a series of ceremonies, shared the outlet.

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