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

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

Every year, the United Kingdom honors Queen Elizabeth's birthday with the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony which is one of the most spectacular royal events of the year.

Next week, Meghan Markle will be going it solo without Prince Harry for a royal appearance alongside Queen Elizabeth.

After the event, the couple joined other members of the Royal Family on the palace's front balcony to watch the Royal Air Force fly by.

Trooping the Colour sees the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge and Sophie, Countess of Wessex in their most elegant finery, with hats and day dresses the usual order of the day.

The Queen's actual birthday is April 21st.

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

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Twitter users who were on holiday near the hotel reported it had "strangely high" security levels and "grounds closed to all" last week. Princess Charlotte's sweet dress was particularly special, once again, since it matched perfectly with Kate's pastel outfit - reminding royal-watchers of 2017's look, when the mother and daughter duo both wore a bold pink shade.

On Saturday, the Queen, who last month had a successful day procedure to remove a cataract, left Buckingham Palace at 10.45am (local time) for the ceremony.

She was without her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, who turns 97 on Sunday.

Prince Philip, the Queen's husband, did not attend the event, having retired from public life past year.

Charlotte enjoyed the flyover alongside her older brother Prince George as well as Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly's daughter Savannah Phillips.

Prince Charles, Colonel of the Welsh Guards, Princess Anne, Colonel of the Blues and Royals, and the Duke of Cambridge, Colonel of the Irish Guards, all followed the Monarch closely behind.

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