Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Announce Their First Official Trip


This weekend, the 36-year-old former actress attended the Trooping the Colour: a 260-year-old tradition to honour the reigning monarch's birthday. The event celebrates Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday. One Twitter user commented saying, "Can Meghan Markle for once just follow protocol and not show her shoulders or push the limits?!"

"I don't envy Meghan Markle's life, because it seems like she's now trapped in a bubble with sooooo many rules and regulations on etiquette". Some seconds later, Harry then said, "Now", allowing Meghan to curtsey in flawless time, along with the rest of the royals.

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Less than a month since tying the knot, these newlyweds will embark on their first royal tour, so find out if they're coming stateside. When the unruly royal didn't listen to her, she then put her hand over his mouth to shut him up while her sister Isla was in stitches the whole time. Adding feminine flair to the look was a matching-toned Philip Treacy flat-brimmed fascinator and a white Carolina Herrera clutch. Meghan also repaid the gesture in kind by allegedly giving Kate an actual friendship bracelet at her own wedding to Prince Harry. She has been also leaning on Samantha Cohen, assistant private secretary to the queen, and a much-admired favorite of the queen in Buckingham Palace'.

Kensington Palace has recently announced that Markle will embark on a royal tour this fall with Prince Harry, so it looks like she'll be far too busy to worry about any potentially unfair backlash in the future.

According to the Evening Standard, Harry and Meghan will be mirroring Harry's parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, whose first first royal tour was also to Australia and New Zealand. After the extravagant parade was over, the Royal Family met on the balcony of the Buckingham Palace to witness the programme prepared by the RAF which included the famous Red Arrows display team.