You might have missed this adorable moment between Meghan and Harry at the Commonwealth service

Meghan and Harry
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Yesterday the royal family turned out in force for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.

The Queen was joined by Prince Charles and Camilla, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, for a celebration of of the Commonwealth nations.

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And while the ceremony was a brilliant celebration of all 53 Commonwealth states, Meghan and Harry also shared a pretty sweet - and funny - moment, during one of the performances.

The royal couple were listening along to pop group Clean Bandit performing their hit song Symphony, when Prince Harry appeared to be getting pretty into the music.

He was seen bopping his head in time to the tune - before realising that the cameras were on him, and that his face was being blasted onto the big screens in the Abbey.

After cottoning on, the Duke started smiling and laughing, prompting his wife to turn her head and start giggling alongside him.

Prince Harry then ducked his head down in embarrassment, before both of them turned back to the performance.

It seems the royals really are just like us!

There were plenty more adorable moments shared between the royal family yesterday too - with Meghan and Catherine dispelling any rumours of a rift as they greeted each other with a sweet hug.

Prince Charles also had the Duchess of Sussex in fits of laughter before the service began, although as yet, we're not sure what was actually said between the pair...

Meghan stunned in an ethereal white ensemble for the special event, wearing a Victoria Beckham dress matching white coat.

The Duchess of Cambridge on the other hand opted to re-wear a gorgeous red Catherine Walker coat for the occasion, which she has been seen in previously during hers, Prince William, and Prince George's royal tour of New Zealand in 2014.

Although the Commonwealth service was the first and only engagement of the day for Kate and Prince William, Prince Harry and Meghan had already been pretty busy, attending a reception for young Canadians living in the UK in the morning.

The Duchess of Sussex wore striking, emerald green coat for the visit - but eagle-eyed royal fans spotted that she was actually missing a very important part of her jewellery collection.

Meghan went without her engagement ring for the day - with many assuming that the reason behind it was the late stage of her pregnancy, where fingers can often swell up.

Amy Hunt

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