Royal newlyweds attend Queen's birthday parade

09 June, 2018, 23:14 | Author: Irvin Gilbert
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Yes, today Meghan Markle joined her husband, Prince Harry for her first ever Trooping The Colours and traditional Buckingham Palace balcony picture to mark Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday.

This was also the first Trooping Duchess Meghan attended since marrying Prince Harry on 19 May, as well as the couple's first time appearing on Buckingham Palace's balcony with fellow royal family members.

Over 1,400 soldiers took part in the parade to mark the Queen's official birthday.

Princess Kate was dressed in one of her favorite designers, Alexander McQueen, while Meghan opted for a one-of-a-kind creation by Carolina Herrera and hat by Philip Treacy, a favorite of the Royal Family.

Though it's not the first time Meghan has donned the tilted accessory, as she previously wore the powder pink hat at Prince Charles' 70th birthday celebrations with a sheer dress by London-based label Goat.

Not even habitual scene-stealers, Prince George, nearly 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3, could take our eyes away from the American beauty.

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She and Harry arrived at Buckingham Palace in the back of a vehicle before switching to their carriage for the big occasion. Kate picked her up immediately and comforted her.

Savannah, the daughter of Peter Phillips - the son of Princess Anne and the Queen's oldest grandson, put her hand over George's mouth and then sushed the future king to stop him from talking so much.

Their public appearance together followed media speculation in recent weeks that they had been on honeymoon, although Kensington Palace, Harry's office, has not provided details of any trip.

"My mum was crying on the day I passed out, so I wonder what is going to happen to her when she sees me in this".

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who celebrates his 97th birthday tomorrow, has retired from official public duties and is not expected to attend.

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