1. Harry and Meghan’s final royal outing.
The royal family has come together at London’s Westminster Abbey for the last public event before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set off on a new career path devoid of official duties.
The annual Commonwealth Service is the first time Harry and Meghan have been seen with the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William, Kate and Camilla since they thrashed out an exit deal from their royal roles in January.
Harry and Meghan smiled and Meghan waved at William and Kate as they arrived in the Abbey to take their seats on Monday.
The couple then chatted and laughed with Prince Edward, who was sitting next to them.
Royal biographer Penny Junor said she imagined everybody would be on their best behaviour.
"But goodness knows what they will all be thinking privately," she said.
The January agreement, which comes into action at the end of the month, will see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex seek to carve out "a progressive new role", mainly based in North America, that they aim to finance themselves.
Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, will stop using their HRH titles - His or Her Royal Highness, will not use "royal" in their branding, and Harry, who will remain a prince, will relinquish his military titles.
2. MH17 roll call steeped in emotion as murder trial begins.
A solemn roll call of the hundreds who died in the MH17 disaster has brought emotions to the surface for their families, as a long-awaited trial begins in the Netherlands.
Prosecutor Dedy Woei-A-Tsoi read out the names of all 298 people who died in the 2014 disaster, including 38 who called Australia home, at the Schiphol Justice Complex on Monday.