The meeting will mark the foursome's first time together since the Sussexes' royal split. 

By Hannah Nowack
March 03, 2020
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Dubbed the "Fab Four" by many royal fans, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry will publicly reunite on Monday, March 9, for Commonwealth Day. According to Entertainment Tonight, "Buckingham Palace has confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Queen Elizabeth II, and Prince Charles and Camilla, at Westminster Abbey for the annual service."

Fans of both couples will remember that the foursome attended last year's service; at the time, Meghan was in the third trimester of her pregnancy with Archie. However, this year's service is historic in light of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to step back from royal life.

In the midst of Prince Harry and Meghan's transition to life in Canada, the public has been left wondering how strained familial relations currently are. According to the outlet's sources, the brothers are "talking more and they're on better footing" after a difficult period. "The brothers don't hate each other as has been reported...they do talk."

Following Prince Harry and Meghan's busy week in the United Kingdom, they will officially begin their independent life on March 31, E News! notes. Although this is a big change in the lives of the British monarchy, Queen Elizabeth said that the twosome will "always be much loved members of my family." Thankfully, royal fans won't have to wait long for another public appearance from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: The duo will trek back across the pond to celebrate Princess Beatrice's wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on May 29.


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