Meghan Markle and Prince Harry join the Prince and Princess of Wales in Windsor to view floral tributes to Queen Elizabeth II

The couples were seen together in public for what is thought to be the first time since Commonwealth Day in 2020

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The Prince and Princess of Wales have made their first public appearance since being given their new royal titles, as they viewed floral tributes placed in Windsor for Queen Elizabeth II.

The couple were joined by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, as they all walked together before greeting crowds.

The two couples were seen together in public for what is thought to be the first time since Commonwealth Day in 2020.
The two couples were seen together in public for what is thought to be the first time since Commonwealth Day in 2020.

A crowd at Windsor Castle broke out into applause as the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex approached members of the public and spoke to them.

The couples spoke to members of the public after viewing floral tributes to Queen Elizabeth II.
The couples spoke to members of the public after viewing floral tributes to Queen Elizabeth II.

William was seen speaking intently to a member of the crowd, at one moment shaking a woman’s hand. Both William and Kate could be seen thanking members of the crowd.

Kate crouched down at one moment and began speaking to a child who had started to cry. The child stopped crying when Kate approached her.

Meghan was also seen shaking the hands of several children and well-wishers at Windsor.

The duke and duchess were handed bunches of flowers by the crowd which they both accepted.

It is thought that this is the first time the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have all been in public together since Commonwealth Day in 2020.