Prince William Joins Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for Anzac Day Service Following Birth of Royal Baby

The father of three made his first public appearance since introducing the world to his newborn son.

Prince William made his first public appearance since introducing to the world his newborn son -- and he had his brother, Prince Harry, and his soon-to-be sister-in-law, Meghan Markle, by his side.

On Wednesday, Harry and Meghan woke up early for Anzac Day Sunrise Service at the Wellington Arch near Buckingham Palace in London, but later on in the day, the two were joined by William for the Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving. 

The new father of three happily greeted Meghan with a hug and kiss on the cheek upon as they headed into Westminster Abbey with Harry. 

Both princes looked dapper in their suits, while Meghan made some changes to her outfit before stepping out at Westminster.

While at Wellington Arc, the 36-year-old former Suits star was wearing a big hat and a gray dress jacket over a little black dress and matching Sarah Flint pumps. However, when she showed up to the Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving, she had ditched the big hat and jacket and was wearing a black fascinator, which paired nicely with her Jackie O-inspired dress.

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Anzac Day is a day of remembrance for those soldiers from Australia and New Zealand who’ve served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. Both countries are a part of the Commonwealth, of which Queen Elizabeth serves as leader.

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Prince Harry’s father, Prince Charles, recently returned from a Royal Tour of Australia to open the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Sydney.

As for the rest of the family, they've also been busy ahead of Harry and Meghan’s May 19 nuptials, and are still celebrating the birth of William and Kate Middleton's third child.