Meghan Markle Makes Trooping the Colour Debut with Husband Prince Harry!

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth and members of the British royal family, look up at the RAF flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace as part of Trooping the Color parade in central London, June 9, 2018.

"She also wore some new pieces from Birks-obviously now looking to be Meghan's jeweler of choice-which were a nice nod to her Canadian "roots" (whilst not being Canadian) while also still including more diamonds as befitting her new status".

Fully in her rear-view mirror.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are back from their honeymoon - and back on royal duty. Meghan Markle appeared for the first time with husband Prince Harry, to Kate's left. The Duchess of Cambridge sported a long-sleeved dress by Alexander McQueen paired with a matching hat by Juliette Botterill, while Parker-Bowles wore a textured jacket atop a matching dress, completing her look with a ribbon-trimmed hat. The layers on the shoulders and the big-sized buttons made for catchy details, and Meghan spilled her iconic panache as she sat next to Prince Harry.

In Cheshire, they'll undertake classic royal duties: opening a bridge, officially cutting a ribbon at a cultural centre that's actually been going since previous year, and finally, a lunch at the Chester Town Hall.

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Her procession was accompanied by a Sovereign's Escort of the Household Cavalry, made up of Life Guards and Blues and Royals, in their silver and gold breastplates and plumed helmets. Last week, it was Camilla's turn, at the 10th anniversary of the Medical Detection Dogs charity, of which Camilla is its patron.

The queen has a busy schedule coming up this summer.

"I'm quite proud and I know that a lot of other people are proud of me as well", he said.

Trooping the Colour and the day in Cheshire represent the beginning of the busy royal summer season.

Harry and Meghan married in May at Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth's home to the west of London, in a show of British royal pomp and ceremony watched by millions of television viewers across the world.

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