Harry and Meghan were among the first to attend the Queen’s thanksgiving service. They were greeted with cheers and boos.

Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40) were among the first guests at the official thanksgiving service in honor of Queen Elizabeth II (96) on Friday afternoon at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. While she wore an elegant cream calf-length coat dress and matching hat, he appeared in a dark suit decorated with medals.

cheers and boos

Contrary to what many fans had hoped, the ducal couple of Sussex had left their two children Archie (3) and Lilibet, who will celebrate her first birthday on Saturday, at home. And contrary to what Harry and Meghan might have hoped, according to British media, they were not only cheered upon arrival, but also booed. The couple smiled professionally at it.

Shortly before the couple, who now lives in the United States, Princess Anne (71) also appeared in a pastel green dress. Her daughter Zara Tindall (41) and Countess Sophie (57) and her daughter Louise (18) opted for a delicate pink. The last guests to enter the church were Duchess Kate (40) in a particularly striking light yellow dress and Duchess Camilla (74) in cream with golden embroidery.

Worship without the Queen

The jubilee herself had already canceled her participation in the church event on Thursday evening. “The Queen thoroughly enjoyed today’s birthday parade and flypast, but felt a little uneasy,” the palace said. Sky News” with. In view of the effort involved in traveling to attend the service, Elizabeth II “decided with great reluctance that she would not attend.” The Queen thanks everyone “for making today such a memorable event”.