The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined the Queen's birthday parade in an occasion that marked Meghan Markle's first appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace since she wed Prince Harry in May.
Meghan joined her in-laws, a.k.a Britain's royal family, on Saturday (9 June, 2018) as they celebrated Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday officially with the traditional Trooping the Colour; an event that features a spectacular military parade.
The 36-year-old and her new husband, dressed in his military uniform, were lead through the streets of London in a horse-drawn carriage for one of the most high-profile days on the royal calendar, held almost every year on the second Saturday of June.
For the occasion the former Suits actress wore a custom-made pale pink Carolina Herrera dress, which sat just off her shoulders—the flash of skin marked a mild breach in royal protocol. She capped off the flawless ensemble with a matching Philip Treacy hat and wore her hair in a bouncy blowout style.
The outfit also perfectly complemented her new sister-in-law, Kate Middleton's look for the day.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who only gave birth to Prince Louis in April, looked fiyaaaaaaah in a powder blue Alexander McQueen dress and a hat by Juliette Botterill.
Outfits aside, there was also a cute moment when both Kate and Meghan stepped out onto the terrace and did a twin curtsy to the Queen; a time-honoured sign of respect to the monarch.
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