London [United Kingdom]: The royal couple in the making, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, on Saturday attended a televised concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday celebration.
In honour of the Queen’s birthday, BBC One and BBC Radio 2 hosted a charity concert, which was attended by several members of the royal family, Entertainment Weekly reported.
Prince Charles and Prince William were also present along with the Queen.
However, absent from the festivities was the Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, who is still recovering from a hip replacement operation.
Kate Middleton, who is just days away from the birth of her third child, was also not present.
Proceeds from the concert went to benefit The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, a new charity launched to help encourage young people in fields such as sports, education, health and the environment across the 53 Commonwealth countries.
The Queen is the organisation’s patron. (ANI)