Last week, the royal family got together in public for the first time in two years. A solemn mass was held in St. Paul's Cathedral on the occasion of the platinum jubilee of Elizabeth II.
At the last moment, the Queen felt unwell and was unable to attend the ceremony. Instead, her 73-year-old son Charles arrived at the service. The disgraced Meghan Markle and Prince Harry also arrived. After a public move to the US and falling out with members of the royal family, they spent two whole years in the US and Europe. And, if earlier each of their appearances became a real informational occasion for the local press, this time the journalists and the public coolly appreciated their solemn appearance.
Harry and Megan proceeded under the sights of cameras along the central staircase of the church, holding hands cutely and smiling at the photographers. It is possible that the calm reaction of the public was affected by the accumulated irritation from the rash actions of this couple, who, for the first time in a long time, brought the inner life of the court to the public.
Meghan's snow-white suit from Dior did not cause delight either. For the ceremony, she dressed in a strict coat, gloves and a matching white hat. Meghan completed the look with a Cartier Love bracelet and Maison Birks diamond earrings.
The press paid close attention to the Duchess of Cambridge: Kate was wearing a pale yellow dress from her favorite British brand Emilia Wickstead and a Philip Treacy hat with yellow roses. Also on duty were Prince Charles's wife Camilla and Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie.