Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan made a surprise visit to a community center in Windsor on Wednesday to have coffee with military families.
Images and video clips of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the morning meet-up were shared to their Instagram page Thursday morning.
The post said that the royal couple listened to the experiences of young families who are "often apart from their loved ones for months at a time."
"A reminder that a life of service does not simply describe the person wearing the uniform, but the entire family," the post continued.
In video clips, we see the couple interacting with lots of children as well.
"Yes, look at all your little teeth," Meghan says to one young girl. "You've just got two teeth. Some tiny ones right there."
Despite all the kids, it appears royal baby Archie was not present at the event.
On Thursday, the duke and duchess also stepped out for the annual Field of Remembrance ceremony at Westminster Abbey, which has been taking place for nearly a century.
This was Harry's seventh time attending the event and Meghan's first. Harry's stepmother, Duchess Camilla of Cornwall, royal patron of the Poppy Factory which organizes the event, was supposed to attend, too, but had to cancel due to illness.
At the event, Meghan wore a midnight blue alpaca coat by Sentaler over a black dress. She accessorized with a skinny black belt and black leather gloves and knee-high heeled black boots.
She also wore a navy blue hat by Philip Treacy, one of sister-in-law Duchess Kate's favorite hat makers.
Harry, who served 10 years in the British Army, including two tours of duty in Afghanistan, was dressed in a military uniform.
During the event, Meghan laid a Cross of Remembrance to pay tribute to all the people who have served in the British armed forces.
November is Remembrance month in Britain, when everyone wears a paper red poppy on their lapel and the royals, led by Queen Elizabeth II, preside over ceremonies to honor Britain's war dead, especially Remembrance Sunday on Nov. 10.
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