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Meghan Markle attends her first official service of remembrance with Prince Harry to mark Anzac Day

Meghan Markle stepped out in grey coat as she joined her fiancé Prince Harry at an Anzac Day Dawn Service in her first official service of remembrance.

Organised by the New Zealand and Australian High Commissions, Meg, 36, and Harry, 33, arrived at Wellington Arch in central London for the Service of Commemoration.

Meghan wore a grey coat, black hat and heels, with her hair loose.

The American passed a cultural milestone when she, and Harry, were welcomed by Te Ataraiti Waretini from Ngati Ranana with a traditional hongi, the soft pressing of noses and the sharing of each other's breath, Daily Mail reported.

Prince Harry appears to be doing the Melania Trump's holding-hands thing with Meghan, as he place his hand on his stomach inside his coat, maybe trying to avoid Meg reaching for his hand.

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Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop, pictured, lays a wreath at the Redfern Park World War Memorial in Sydney, Australia

My view: Meghan is really enjoying and loving every minute of the spotlight, and she's a very good actress.

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