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Tuesday 14th July 2020

Kate, William, Meghan and Harry join The Queen to mark 100 years of RAF

There is a full day of events to mark 100 years of the RAF

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen to mark the 100th anniversary of the RAF.

The two couples were among the guests who attended a special service at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday morning to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force.

Kate, 36, wore a soft blue coat dress and her trademark nude heels, teamed with a matching pale blue fascinator.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked beautiful in pale blue (Credit: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Meghan, 36, meanwhile, opted for a boat neck black dress that was a similar style to her wedding dress, just a shorter length, and a black fascinator and nude heels.

The Duchess of Sussex chose black for the service (Credit: Wenn)

It was the second day in a row royal watchers got to glimpse both couples, as just yesterday they were all at Prince Louis' christening.

The group shared a laugh as they arrived (Credit: Neil Warner /

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Today's service at Westminster Abbey kicks off an entire day of celebrations surrounding the RAF milestone.

There will also be an enormous parade on The Mall and a fly-past over Buckingham Palace, with up to 100 aircraft taking part.

The Queen looked elegant in bright blue with turquoise trim (Credit: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

The Queen will also give a speech.

The entire service at Westminster Abbey is being aired live on BBC One.

The service was streamed live on BBC One (Credit: BBC)

Other senior royals in attendance included The Princess Royal, The Duke of York and The Earl and Countess of Wessex.

It's the second time this week we've seen the Cambridge and Sussex couples in public.

The Cambridge family arrive for Louis' christening on Monday (Credit: Dominic Lipinski - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

William and Kate's youngest son, who is fifth in line to the throne, was christened at The Chapel Royal, St James' Palace on Monday afternoon. 

It marked the first time royal fans have seen all five Cambridges together, as Louis' older siblings George, four, and Charlotte, three, were also in attendance.

The family were joined by newlyweds The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, and Kate's family, as well as Louis' six godparents.

Kate looked every inch the proud mum (Photo by Dominic Lipinski - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

The Queen, 92, and Prince Philip, 97, did not attend.

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Buckingham Palace said yesterday the decision had been made some time ago and was nothing to do with health issues.

Sources have instead suggested it was because The Queen was travelling to London from Norfolk on Monday and has a busy week of engagements ahead of her, starting with today's RAF celebration.

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