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Royal farewell: UK's Harry and Meghan bow out from official roles

Reuters Monday, 9 March 2020
Britain's top royals came together on Monday at London's Westminster Abbey in what was the last public family gathering before Prince Harry and his wife Meghan set off on a new career path devoid of official duties.
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Britain's senior royals came together on Monday for what is expected to be the last family gathering before Prince Harry and his wife Meghan set off on a new career path. Lauren Anthony has more.

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