On Sunday evening, the royals attended a service to mark the Armistice at Westminster Abbey, where the Queen and the German president both laid flowers at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior in front of a congregation of about 2,000 people.
Sooo cute! We can't wait for him or her to arrive!
Britain's royal family marked the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended WWI with a special commemoration on Sunday.
The Duchess of Cornwall took the tenth place spot.
She will soon be joined by the royal couple's private secretary Samantha Cohen, who follows predecessor Edward Lane Fox out of the door.
A third wreath was laid on behalf of Prince Philip, but that one was presented by an equerry, as the Duke of Edinburgh was not in attendance at this morning's ceremony.
One of the prime minister's photos showed her ancestor Private Hubert Brasier Grant, of the East Surrey Regiment, who died at Passchendaele in 1917 aged 19.
Meghan, who is pregnant with her and Harry's first child, looked radiant as she arrived, smiling and greeting officials and attendees.
Attending a service at Westminster Abbey, Kate wore a Catherine Walker coat with velvet collar and cuffs that she has worn previously, with black pumps and a matching deep green padded headband.
Kate Middleton came in at four, making her the second most popular woman in the royal family, beating Meghan Markle. More than 40 artworks can be seen in gigapixel resolution, including three of the prince's own watercolours, a portrait of the Queen as a young girl and eight masterpieces documenting Windsor Castle by the British artist John Piper.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have thanked well-wishers with a sweet photograph of Kate and Prince Louis following their baby son's christening.