After this year's Trooping the Colour, it was time for Meghan Markle, now Duchess of Sussex, to cross another first off her list of royal of events: a balcony appearance at Buckingham Palace.
The couple's visit will coincide with the fourth Invictus Games for injured servicemen and women, planned to be held in Sydney in October.
Apparently, Prince Harry turned to his new wife and asked her, "Okay?"
The official royal tour will be a rite of passage for royal newcomer Meghan as she settles into married life with Harry.
A LIP-READING expert has revealed what she believes Meghan told Prince Harry on the Buckingham Palace balcony.
Meghan fussed with her loose hair and seemed to be troubled by her Philip Treacy hat.
Instagram princesseugenieShe shared the snap ahead of Father's Day this weekend reportedly very close to her father
Roughly 1,000 soldiers marched to House Guards Parade in Whitehall, central London, as part of the Trooping of the Colour ceremony.
"His attendance, alongside the Duchess of Sussex, will be a wonderful highlight for the more than 500 competitors and thousands of spectators", Mr Turnbull said.
Markle previously raised a select few eyebrows with her choice of wedding dress, which also let a bit of shoulder peek through.
Meghan is fitting right in.
Once Harry and Meghan joined the royals, beside Kate Middleton, Harry asked Meghan if she was okay, to which she replied "yeah".
The royal expert added that the public won't be interested in Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank's wedding in the same way they tuned in to the other royal nuptials.
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