Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Attend Platinum Jubilee Service at St Paul's in London

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, were seen attending a service of thanksgiving as part of Platinum Jubilee celebrations at St Paul’s Cathedral, London, on June 3.

Footage recorded by @herladyshipjules shows Harry and Meghan climbing the steps to the cathedral, amid raucous sounds from the crowd of onlookers. Media reported the pair were booed as they left the service.

The service, which celebrated Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, was attended by members of the royal family and senior politicians. Great Paul, the largest church bell in England, was rung for the service.

Buckingham Palace said on Thursday that the queen would not be attending the service after experiencing “discomfort” during the day’s celebrations. Prince Andrew was also absent due to testing positive for COVID-19, the palace said. Credit: @herladyshipjules via Storyful

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