Royal couple at friend’s wedding on Meghan’s 37th birthday

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Yesterday, Meghan Markle celebrated her 37th birthday by attending the wedding of Prince Harry's best friend Charlie van Straubenzee. Prince Harry wore a baseball cap, while Meghan was sat in the middle seat.

And to no one's surprise, the Duchess of Sussex looked gorgeous.

Charlie Van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks are pictured at their wedding at St. Mary the Virgin Church, in Frensham, Surrey, U.K., August 4, 2018.

And, per usual, she looked extremely chic in a Club Monaco dress, paired with Aquazzura shoes and a Philip Treacy hat.

Samantha and Meghan haven't been in contact for years - but that hasn't stopped the Duchess's sister from weighing in on Meghan's life. According to PEOPLE, he has been friends with Harry since they met at Ludgrove Prep School. The former royal servant also claimed that the pressure of losing one's anonymity is a big thing to ask and the Duchess will face many such situations at the palace.

Prince Harry and Meghan, who have been spending their spare time at their country home in the Cotswolds, will be joining Queen Elizabeth shortly at Balmoral for the annual royal family summer visit to the Scottish Highlands.

Meghan spent her first birthday as a member of the royal family seeing van Straubenzee and his bride Daisy Jenks tie the knot. The couple will also attend the opening of the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, following their public coming out at the Toronto Invictus Games past year.

Van Straubenzee also attended Harry and Markle's wedding. "Two children would be enough for Harry", he added.

Well-wishers lined the sun-drenched street in front of the church to catch a glimpse of the royals and the marrying couple. "I think, yes, she did want to be famous, she's got everything that she wanted, but I also think be careful what you wish for because sometimes it's not all that it seems", he revealed. "Why would I stop living because we have a family issue going on?"

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