Perfect suitor Harry takes the show as the Queen drives three eras of royals at the Commonwealth Day Daily Mail

“She’s had a busy day of engagements but the Queen found time for a quick outfit change before heading to the Commonwealth Day service this afternoon.
Earlier today she looked resplendent in fuchsia pink to launch a relay race at Buckingham Palace, and just hours later she arrived at Westminster Abbey in a yellow coat with statement silver buttons and a feather trimmed hat.
The monarch, 90, was joined by her grandson Prince Harry who shared a touching moment with a young well-wisher outside the church – while his brother William was mysteriously absent from the event.
Rebecca Thornton, 16, has profound hearing difficulties and uses sign language to communicate, looked delighted to meet Harry, who shook her hand and high-fived her as he left the building.
The Queen looked delightfully elegant in yellow as she arrived for the Commonwealth Day Observance service at Westminster Abbey, London this afternoo
nPrince Harry, who often arrives with his brother and sister-in-law on family occasions, was flying solo today
Camilla looked regal in deep purple with an elaborately trimmed hat
The Duke of Edinburgh looked smart in a dark suit and red tie as he arrived at the service
Harry looked to be in cheerful spirits as he made his way into church, buttoning up his suit jacket as he went.
Camilla was looking regal today in a purple skirt and jacket with an elaborately feathered hat.
However, there was no sign of the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William who attended the service last year to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex, was also absent as she is currently in Malawi representing the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee trust.
Prince Andrew, who is often accompanied by his daughters to royal events, arrived solo (left). Prince Charles attended with his wife, but there was no sign of his son, the Duke of Cambridge
Prince Edward arrived alone as his wife Sophie is currently on a visit to Malawi as Vice Patron of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Trust
The monarch showed off her second colourful ensemble of the day, wearing yellow to this afternoon’s Commonwealth Day service (left) and bright pink to launch a The Queen’s Baton at Buckingham Palace this morning (right)
Cheerful Prince Harry was greated by young royal fan Rebecca Thornton who held out her hand to say hello as he exited the service
Down-to-earth Prince Harry made Rebecca Thornton very happy as he greeted her with a thumbs up on the way out of the service
The Prince of Wales leaving Westminster Abbey, carrying the order of service, followed by his wife Camilla
The Queen was presented with a posy of flowers by a school girl as she exited the Commonwealth Day service
The Duchess of Cornwall received a bunch of flowers from Rebecca Thornton, but it later emerged that she only had eyes for Prince Harry”

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