Prince Harry told Meghan Markle when to curtsy at Trooping the Color

Adjust Comment Print

Former Suits actress Meghan will join her husband in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in a matter of months.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex travel in a carriage to Horseguards parade ahead of the Queen's Birthday Parade, "Trooping the Colour".

Following this global sporting event for wounded and sick armed services personnel created by Prince Harry, the Royal couple will visit New Zealand, and then Fiji and Tonga.

He said he and his wife Lucy looked forward to hosting the newlyweds and watching the games, which were founded by Prince Harry in 2014 after he served with the British military in Afghanistan.


The Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex chat at the annual Trooping the Color in London.

Meanwhile, Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, have just returned from honeymoon in Canada after they were forced to delay their marital trip in order to attend Charles' 70th birthday celebrations in London a few days after they'd tied the knot.

Namely Doria, the mother of the bride, looked sensational on the day in a mint green dress and white fascinator.

The Queen, whose actual birthday is on April 21, inspected the troops and received a royal salute, and watched displays of precision marching before she was due to make her way back to Buckingham Palace. Even before she became literal royalty, she kept her fashion choices simple, stylish, and devastatingly chic - and this holds true for her royal ensembles too, from her sleek and elegant Givenchy wedding gown to her latest outfit, which technically broke royal dress code tradition.


Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: "Meghan is indeed planning to take her activism around the Commonwealth with Harry as part of the Royal Foundation after the wedding". She confidently waved to crowds, shared a joke with members of the family and smiled throughout.

The visit will provide an insight into how Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will manage the duties of being one half of a royal couple.

Despite this being her first Trooping the Colour ceremony, Meghan looked anything but out of place, as she relaxed and shared a joke with her new husband.

Princess Charlotte found the event overwhelming and needed comforting by her doting mother Kate.


Comments