Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Surprise Military Families in Windsor for Remembrance Day

Harry and Meghan talk about life with baby Archie as they meet military families in Windsor

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle surprised their neighbors by attending a coffee event for military families in Windsor on Wednesday. There are now approximately 70,000 crosses produced by the factory team each year which are planted on more than 360 plots for regimental and other associations.

During the poignant ceremony, the duke and duchess, surrounded by elderly soldiers, recent veterans and others associated with the armed forces, stood still as the Last Post was played by a bugler.

Army & You reports, according to Amy Thompson whose her husband, Brad, is attached to the Welsh Guards, Meghan spoke to the mom about Archie and revealed the littlest royal is weaning and already crawling.

She told ITV: "Harry was really quite interested in how things were with second children, as well because we both have older children".

Monty's granddaughter Shelby, who lives with her mother and grandparents in Basildon added: 'I'm patriotic and I love the royal family - my granddad is so proud that I support him'. And I think once they find their feet and - they're still finding their way - I think once they find their way they'll be absolutely fine. Age shall not tired them, nor the years condemn.


Another attendee, Victoria Tucker also told the outlet that 'They were talking about Army life, being away for Christmas...they can compare with us.

As the chimes of Big Ben rang out at 11am, a two-minute silence was observed.

On Saturday Meghan and Harry will team up with William and Kate, when they attend the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall. This weekend mark the primary time the 4 royal have publicly attended an occasion collectively since Trooping the Color earlier this summer time.

The young royal, who just turned six-months-old, was smiley and wriggly as he accompanied his parents on their 10-day tour of Southern Africa earlier this year.

Meanwhile, Kate Middleton and Prince William headed to St-Martin-in-the-Fields to meet with survivors of the Grenfell fire tragedy and Westminster Bridge terror attack.

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