Meghan Markle continues here integration into the British Royal Family way of life by attending her first official engagement with The Queen.
She joined members of the Royal Family, including husband-to-be Prince Harry, at a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey.
The annual multi-faith event celebrates the 53 Commonwealth countries, and this year featured music from former One Direction star Liam Payne.
In her message, the Queen praised the “Commonwealth connection” which makes diversity “a cause for celebration”.
Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prime Minister Theresa May were all at the service.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who retired from public service last year, did not attend.