London, United Kingdom:
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will make their final official appearance as Senior Royals on Monday and attend an event in London with Queen Elizabeth II before setting out on their own.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will join other members of the royal family at a Commonwealth Day ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
It is their last public engagement before they step down from their roles in late March, no longer represent the Queen, and lead a new, financially independent life in Canada.
Harry and Meghan rocked the monarchy with their bombing announcement in January that they wanted to free themselves from the constraints of the kings.
They complained about media intrusion, a longstanding problem for Harry, who watched photographers persecute his mother Diana until her death in a 1997 Paris car accident.
Her decision to leave caused anger and dismay among many royal fans in the UK, but both Harry and Meghan were warmly welcomed into their latest tide of engagements.
The couple received a standing ovation when they sat down on a military band evening at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday.
And Meghan let out a delightful cry from schoolchildren in Dagenham, east of London, when she made an unannounced visit on Friday.
"She's really beautiful, isn't it?" 16-year-old head boy Aker Okoye told the audience after the Duchess asked him on stage.
On a visit to International Women's Day, Meghan paid tribute to the women whose strike in nearby Ford Motor Plant in 1968 paved the way for the 1970 Equal Pay Act.
"No matter what color you are, no matter what gender you are, you have a voice and you certainly have the right to speak for what is right," she said to the children.
Harry is the youngest son of the Queen's heir, Prince Charles, and the 35-year-old will remain in sixth place on the throne.
But by the end of this month, he and his wife will no longer use the Royal Highness style or use public funds except for their safety.
The couple had previously spoken about their struggle with the limelight since their fairytale wedding in May 2018 and the birth of their first child Archie the following year.
Harry has also complained of "racist undertones" in reporting on his mixed-race American wife, and the couple has launched several actions against British newspapers.
At one of his last events with injured military veterans last week, the prince expressed pride in serving the monarch.
"Served once, always served!" Harry, a former soldier who completed two tours in Afghanistan, told the audience about the Endeavor Fund.
He will no longer perform any of the tasks associated with his military appointments, but said he will always support the armed forces.
"Many of you told me tonight that you have my back. Well, I'm here to tell you I always have yours," he said.
But both he and Meghan will keep their personal patronage and his military posts will not be filled for a year.
The queen and the couple have agreed to renew the new arrangements in 12 months to give them a way back to royal life.
The 93-year-old monarch told Harry at lunch last week that they would always be welcome, The Sun reported.
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