Meghan Markle appeared in public for the first time on Saturday since
Viewers got their first glimpse of the royal couple when they left with Camel, the Duchess of Cornwall, with Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and Buckingham Palace in a horse-drawn carriage. Thousands of people gathered along the mall in London to watch the spectacle
Apart from the performance when the new parentsthe Duchess remained out of the public eye. She smiled all over the event, wearing a dark blue Givenchy outfit from her wedding dress designer Clare Waight Keller and a matching navy hat from Noel Stewart.
that is deeply rooted in the history of the United Kingdom. It came from traditional preparations for the fight, when flags or colors were "troop-shaped" for soldiers in the ranks to recognize. The parade allows Queen Elizabeth II to check her army as she is technically the head of the British forces.
The queenbecame 93 years old in April. Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, celebrating his 98th birthday on Monday, left public service and did not attend the event.
The royal colonels – the Prince of Wales, the Colonel of the Welsh Guards, Princess Royal, the Colonel of the Blues and Royals, the Duke of Cambridge, the Colonel of the Irish Guards and the Duke of York, the Colonel of the Grenadier Guards – According to the BBC, all rode in the parade on horseback.
Extended members of the royal family stood on the front balcony of the palace watching the Royal Air Force fly by.
Theresa May, who officially resigned as Prime Minister on Friday
Meghan looked happy and healthy when she and Harry introduced Baby Archie to the world in May. At the time she said that her son had been "a dream" and had the "sweetest temper, he is really calm." The newborn slept during.
"It's magical, it's pretty amazing, and I have the two best guys in the world, so I'm really happy," she said with a television camera during her son's first brief encounter.