Meghan Markle showed off her blooming baby bump as she gave a moving reading at a carol service in memory of Prince Harry’s childhood friend.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund event at St Luke’s Church in Chelsea, London, last night.
Harry and William were good friends with Henry, who died in a car accident when he was just 18.
Meghan was glowing in a navy dress which highlighted her growing bump and wore her hair in a messy bun.
During the service Prince Harry gave a speech and Meghan read Marianne Williamson’s poem Our Deepest Fear.
Guests claim she spoke very clearly and said the event was one of the best the charity has held, reports the Telegraph.
Kate and William missed the event as they were at a Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace with the Queen.
William wrote a letter praising the charity’s work which was printed on the front of the order of service.
It read: "This year marks the tenth annual carol service and, thanks to the support given each year by many of you here tonight, the tickets have sold out every year within two weeks of going on sale.
"That is an impressive achievement by any measure and it means an enormous amount to the charity, as each service raises a huge amount for the work of Henry’s fund in Uganda."
Harry was in the same class as Henry at school and William was friends his older brother Thomas.
The Princes remain good friends with Thomas and his brother Charlie.
Carole and James Middleton also attended the event with Pippa and her husband James Matthews.
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