MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry were the most awaited guests at the Thanksgiving ceremony on Friday.
At St Paul’s Cathedral, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined Kate Middleton and Prince William for their first public appearance together after Megxit.
Despite the fact that they never met face to face, royal observers believe they have seen Meghan’s reaction to the Duchess of Cambridge.
Kitty, a royal follower on Twitter, uploaded BBC footage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge entering the cathedral.
Meghan, whose white hat can be seen next to Harry in the second row, can also be seen moving away from Kate in the video.
“Did everyone see the woman in white hat (megz) tilt her head to the left when The Duchess of Cambridge was walking past?” Kitty captioned the video.
Many other royal observers agreed, with many stating that they had also witnessed the’reaction.’
“Yes, I noticed this,” one responded, while another added, “It’s also extremely evident.”
“Wow, it’s apparent when you see it,” wrote a third.
“Top position!” said another, who agreed. She clearly shifted her gaze away!”
On day two of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the “nervous” Sussexes joined William, Kate, and other royals at St Paul’s Cathedral for their first formal event since Megxit.
After feeling “discomfort” during Thursday’s festivities, the monarch was unable to attend.
But, with the exception of Andrew, who has Covid, the majority of the Firm’s members had assembled in London for the event.
The Sussexes chose not to bring their three-year-old Archie and one-year-old Lilibet, whom Her Majesty met for the first time on Thursday.
Their participation in other events, such as today’s Pageant, is also unknown.