Today, sibling Prince Harry and Kate Middleton attended the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey in honor of soldiers serving in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The royalty attended without their spouses when Prince William is abroad in New Zealand, and Meghan Markle is currently on maternity leave with her due date approaching fast.
Within the monastery, the kings sat according to the primacy or royal rank. The Duke of Sussex was seen sitting closest to the altar, followed by Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester (Queen's cousin), and then the Duchess of Cambridge came last. As he left the service, Harry was also on the front of the procession, while Prince Richard and Kate followed him.
Duchess Kate is married to the other in line with the throne and is destined to be a future queen consort; Why was Prince Harry sixth in the front seat? (Prince Richard is currently currently 26. in line with the throne.)