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Meghan Makes Buckingham Palace Balcony Debut with Queen Elizabeth

At the traditional Trooping the Colour, a fanfare filled celebration of the monarch's birth held each June for 260 years, Markle made her balcony debut at Buckingham Palace.

Their itinerary includes Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga, coinciding with Prince Harry's October Invictus Games in Sydney - though no further dates have been revealed.

Meghan Markle joined Prince Harry as the Royals enjoyed the flypast. Members of the royal family typically cover their shoulders at royal events.

Meghan, who claimed to have whispered "I'm nervous" to Prince Harry, cut an elegant figure in a baby pink ensemble with matching headpiece. Usually, Trooping the Colour, much like other royal events, has a strict "no ring, no bring" policy.

Despite her apparent nerves, Meghan was in high spirits when she arrived on House Guards Parade with Harry in a carriage, along with the Queen's cousin the Duke of Kent.

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Prince Charles rode on horseback at Princess Diana's first Trooping the Colour, so she rode in a carriage with her brother-in-law, Prince Andrew.

The royals watched a fly-past undertaken by the Royal Air Force.

Prince Harry created and is the patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, which runs the tournament, and has previously attended the games in other host cities. Her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, turns 97 on Sunday and has retired from public duties.

Like her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, whatever she wears quickly flies off the shelves as people rush to copy her style.

As a newly-appointed royal with the world watching her every move, you certainly can't blame Meghan for feeling nervous.

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