Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton

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The royal family is often up and running tending to their own schedules, but they reunited for a Service of Commemoration event Friday looking as regal as ever.

Welcoming home troops who were stationed in Afghanistan, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Prince William, along with Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, all dressed in shades of blue—including the military uniforms—to greet the military.

Prince George's mom looked gorgeous in a blue coat and matching fascinator only one day after visiting the set of Downton Abbey, with her baby bump fully on display as she and Wills entered and left together. Although the family kept their facial expressions on the more serious side, we couldn't help but notice Kate's beaming smile! It must be that pregnancy glow because she is due in only a couple of weeks!

Prince Harry, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton

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But if you're a fan of a man in uniform, you might want to keep staring at Harry wearing his because he might not be in it for too much longer! The London Evening Standard reported that the 30-year-old plans to leave the armed forces later this year to focus on his charity work. The handsome ginger will reportedly spend "a significant period" in Africa, working on field projects in Africa and pursuing his interests in "conservation and wildlife."

Kensington Palace would neither confirm nor deny these reports, telling E! News in a statement: "Prince Harry is currently focused on his work supporting the MoD's [Ministry of Defense] recovery capability programme to ensure those who are wounded injured or sick have appropriate recovery plans and the necessary support thy require. It's a natural progression from the work he did organising the Invictus Games. This involves working alongside case officers in London District's Personal Recovery Unit and visiting various recovery centres and partner agencies (like Forces charities and the NHS) around the country."

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales

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A source told E! News that regardless of his involvement within the military, it will "always play a very important role" in his life and he will continue to support those who have served and are serving because it's "a topic he is passionate about both personally and professionally...He feels he can use his position to help in the future, regardless of his military role."

As long as he stays in uniform, we're OK with whatever he chooses!

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