Shortly after Prince Harry's second nephew was born, he and fiancée Meghan Markle attended a Memorial Service to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence. The service was held at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, which is only a few miles from St. Mary's Hospital, where Kate Middleton gave birth to her and Prince William's third child, a healthy baby boy.
It's unclear if Harry and Meghan have met the newest royal, but they would have had time to squeeze in a visit, given the 11:01 a.m. birth and their arrival at the tribute a few hours later — as seen here.
Meghan wore a more subdued black, belted dress, as opposed to the floral number she wore this weekend. She also opted for nude heels, which complemented her clutch.
When the couple arrived at the memorial service, they were seen shaking the hand of Baroness Doreen Lawrence, the mother of the late Stephen Lawrence — an 18-year-old black British man who was killed in a racially-charged stabbing 25 years ago. Stephen's father, Neville Lawrence, and brother, Stuart Lawrence, were also seen at the event honoring his life and legacy.
Stephen was an up-and-coming architect who was killed by a in London on April 22, 1993. Following his murder, police mistakes, , along with the nature of the crime, led the case to become a major moment in the UK for modern race relations.
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust was founded 20 years ago by Stephen's family, which campaigns for fairness, justice, and equality for all. Given Meghan's about her biracial background, and Harry's public comment about racist attacks on Meghan, it's no surprise the couple showed support at the service.
Prince Harry also read a message of support on behalf of Prince Charles during the service.