Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Indulge in Maple Syrup on Commonwealth Day

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and the rest of the royal family indulged in all things Canadian Monday at the Canadian High Commission in London.

The duke and duchess of Sussex watched kids make taffy out of maple syrup and crushed ice. Harry and Meghan also met with young Canadians working in the arts, academia and fashion.

Then they were presented with Canadian baby clothes for their first child, who is expected to come next month.

Afterward, it was on to the annual Commonwealth Day service in Westminster Abby — where the Fab 4 was spotted alongside Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth.

Spending the day celebrating Canada might even be extra special to Meghan, who spent time living in the country while playing Rachel Zane on USA’s “Suits.”

The Royal family marked Commonwealth Day, which recognizes several countries that used to be under British rule.

This year is the 70th anniversary of the London Declaration, when commonwealth leaders agreed to be free and equal, recognizing the monarch as the head.


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