Prince Harry is spending some quality time with his sister-in-law!
Ahead of the imminent birth of his first child with Meghan Markle, Harry stepped out on Thursday to attend the Anzac Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving, which honors the sacrifices of Australian and New Zealand forces, at Westminster Abbey with Kate Middleton, the wife of Harry's brother, Prince William.
The pair appeared to be in great spirits as they chatted and laughed while entering the event. Kate was stunning in a teal Catherine Walker coat and a coordinating Rosie Olivia hat, while Harry looked dapper in a dark suit, which he paired with his military medals.
While his wife and brother honored the troops from London, William was visiting New Zealand to do the same. The Duke of Cambridge spent time with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, met with police and ambulance staff and laid a wreath at Auckland War Memorial Museum during his visit.
Anzac Day was also recognized on Sussex Royal's Instagram, with photos of the Duke of Sussex at this year's service with Kate, along with images from services prior, including when Meghan attended events in honor of the day with her husband last year.
Harry and William's outings come shortly after a source told ET that there was an obvious distance between the brothers during the royal family's Easter Sunday service at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
The 34-year-old Duke of Sussex arrived at the church separate from William, 36, and Kate, 37, and stood at a distance from his brother when Queen Elizabeth II arrived. In the past, Harry has been seen walking in with his brother and Kate, who he feels is the sister he never had as a child, the source noted.
The source added that the brothers are at "different stages in their life" and are "no longer the boys" they once were.