The couple marked the event from the United States, where the majority of Britain’s royal family gathered at the Cemetery War Memorial for the annual service in central London.
A spokesman for the couple said the pair were taken from their garden to the graves of two Commonwealth soldiers, a former member of the Royal Australian Air Force and a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery.
Harry and Megan both wore poppies, a symbol of remembrance in England and the Commonwealth, while Harry also wore military medals throughout his case.
Megan and Harry, who have spent 10 years in the armed forces and made two tours in Afghanistan, can personally recognize Memorial Day in their own way, their spokesman added.
The Duke and Duchess laid a wreath on a square in the cemetery: “In memory of the men who gave their lives for the defense of their country.”
Duke dressed for the evening and signed a message: “Everyone who has served and served. Thank you.”
Harry also gave an interview to the announced Military Social Podcast, “Even when we can’t be together, we remember together.”
The couple removed their masks either on their own or away from others, the spokesman added.
Meanwhile, in London on Sunday, Harry’s family, including his father, Prince Charles, and brother, Prince William, graced the evening at the cemetery. The event was reconnected due to Govt-19 restrictions.
The socially lost event preceded a two-minute silence and was observed by the Queen from the balcony of the Foreign Office.