No matter what, Prince Harry is always there for his wife Meghan Markle. The royal recently showed support to his wife in the most subtle but cute way.
During the Commonwealth Service on March 9, the royal couple arrived at the event which was centered around the theme of "Delivering a Common Future."
The event highlighted how the Commonwealth family across the 54 member countries are contributing towards natural resource protection and trade boost.
For the event, Meghan opted for a beautiful green dress by Emilia Wickstead with a matching fascinator by William Chambers. She finished off her look with a pair of nude Aquazzura pumps.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex meets children as she attends the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 09, 2020. | Source: Getty Images
Meanwhile, Harry subtly showed his support to his wife by donning a suit with the same shade of green as Meghan's dress on the inside. If it wasn't for the wind, fans wouldn't have known about the couple's matchy-matchy wardrobe.
The event marked the end of a jam-packed week for the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex. The duo was busy with their final engagements before officially stepping down as the senior members of the royal family on March 31.
It was the first event for the couple with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge since the royal Remembrance Day events in November 2019. During the Commonwealth Service, the couple barely interacted with each other as shared by "PEOPLE."
According to the outlet, Harry and William had some "unfinished business" when Harry left for Vancouver, Canada after the royal summit at Sandringham.
As of April 1, the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex will start a new life as they leave behind the term "royal" for independent branding. The couple plans to carve out "a progressive new role" within the royal family.
A new title is set to be announced for their upcoming nonprofit organization as well as their Instagram account. Now that the couple is all set to live a non-royal life, they will have to make some radical changes in their lives like working professionally and paying for everything by themselves.
According to "Business Insider," Harry and Meghan's combined net worth is $30 million. They will no longer receive money through the sovereign grant. However, they might still receive funds from Prince Charles' Duchy of Cornwall.
The couple plans to return the Frogmore Cottage renovation cost of $3 million which came from the UK taxpayers. It will be their family home at the UK as they move back and forth between North America and the US.