Royal Family gathers to celebrate 50 years of the Prince of Wales

The two women wore the same item of jewellery

The two women wore the same item of jewellery

Kate and Meghan, both 37, joined Harry and William at a Buckingham Palace party to mark the 50th anniversary of Charles's investiture as the Prince of Wales.

"It means you have the incredible opportunity to help reshape mindsets, to empower those around you to think outside the box, and to work with you, not against you, to find solutions", Harry added.

What a way to wake up on a Wednesday morning: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made an unplanned joint appearance much to the delight of the audience (and us) at Wembley Stadium during We Day UK. He walked toward the wing of the stage and then appeared hand-in-hand with the former Meghan Markle. "Now get to work!'" If that's not enough motivation to get you through your midweek slump, we don't know what is. Harry told the youngsters, hugging his pregnant wife at his side.

The gift follows yesterday's news after Harry, 34, opened up about the possibility of not one, but two babies, during a celebration of his father Charles being the Prince of Wales for 50 years.

For Prince Charles, the event offered a chance for him to celebrate the efforts of the Welsh charitable organisations he supports, as these were represented at the reception.

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attend a reception to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace in London on March 5, 2019.

Meghan dazzled in a patterned silver patterned dress underneath a £900 white coat by Amanda Wakeley.

The duchess looked chic in a navy blazer, black sweater and skinny jeans, while her husband wore a gray suit. During his speech, Harry stressed the importance of taking care of mental health needs and combating climate change.

The Duke said the next generation gives him "hope for the future" and praised their attitudes towards "championing the causes that will shape your future".

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