British Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle attended a service in Windsor when they made their last engagements before resigning as high-ranking kings on March 31.
The Sunday service was the first time Markle and Queen Elizabeth had faced each other since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced in January that they would step down as royals to become financially independent, the Metro newspaper said in a report.
The couple were seen smiling as they entered the All Saints' Royal Chapel after the "sweet gesture" of the queen to ask her to accompany her.
When the details of the couple's departure were clear, the Queen made a statement in which Harry, Meghan and great-grandson Archie "will always be very beloved members of my family".
Last week, Prince Harry reportedly had a "heart to heart" during a four-hour lunch at Windsor Castle, where the Queen is said to have told him that he would "always be welcome".
The Duke and Duchess are in Britain for their latest engagements as working kings, the Metro newspaper reported.
They received a standing ovation when they arrived at the Royal Albert Hall for the Mountbatten Festival of Music on Saturday evening.
Meghan Markle paid a surprise visit to Robert Clack School students in Dagenham, east London, on International Women's Day, and met one of the women who had a historic battle for equal pay at a nearby Ford auto plant.
The couple will meet Kate Middleton and Prince William at the Commonwealth Service for the first time in months.