Prince Harry's American fiancee Meghan Markle has taken part in her first official royal engagement with the Queen since the couple announced they were getting married previous year. But her white and navy blue ensemble wasn't just a chic fashion choice for the event she attended with her fiancé Prince Harry and future siblings-in-law, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Harry and Meghan signalled their commitment to the Commonwealth and its people when they both mentioned the institution - which has the Queen as its head - during an interview to mark their engagement.
This isn't the first time that Markle has spent time with the queen, since she attended the Christmas Day festivities with the royal family in December.
Fiance Prince Harry was with Markle through the training, which was conducted in the Herefordshire, England, countryside by the elite British army unit, the Express reported.
The Royal couple are set to tie the knot on May 19 at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
The queen, who is the head of the Commonwealth, delivered a message praising the "Commonwealth connection", according to the BBC.
"We all have reason to give thanks for the numerous ways in which our lives are enriched when we learn from others".
"They are preparing her for her new world", he said. Together with William, Kate, and Harry, Meghan rounds out what the local press has dubbed the "Fab Four". "If it's something she does and if the rest of the family lets her do it, it becomes the done thing and that's it".
The Daily Mail reports the royal and his police protection officers are helping Markle settle into British customs as much as possible and that the former actress is also in the process of applying for a British provisional licence.