Meghan Markle rebels in first public royal outing as a duchess
Jun 09 2018 by Francis Osborne
He is now recovering from a hip replacement, but was well enough to be able to his attend the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle three weeks ago.
About 1,000 soldiers marched to House Guards Parade in Whitehall, central London, as part of the ceremony, which marked Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday.
Royals fans have seen the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who married exactly three weeks ago, join other members of the royal family at the traditional summer spectacle. As part of the day's pomp, almost 1,000 soldiers march to Horse Guards Parade and the Royal Air Force performs a flyover (which the royals famously watch each year from the balcony at Buckingham Palace).
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who were on their honeymoon, are back, and the lovely couple made heads turn with their attractive comeback for Trooping The Colour 2018.
But instead of keeping with the other ladies sporting long-sleeved ensembles, Markle strayed from tradition, sporting a custom pale pink off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera dress and matching Philip Treacy hat.
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