Meghan Markle makes 'nervous' balcony debut at The Queen's Trooping the Colour
11 June 2018, 08:39
The new Duchess of Sussex appeared on the balcony of Buckingham palace for the first time.
To mark The Queen's 92nd birthday, the Royal family appeared on the infamous balcony of Buckingham Palace as the Trooping the Colour celebrations came to an end.
Meghan Markle joined Prince Harry as the Royals enjoyed the flypast.
Meghan, who claimed to have whispered 'I'm nervous' to Prince Harry, cut an elegant figure in a baby pink ensemble with matching headpiece.
The new member of the Royal Family sought comfort in her husband and Duchess Kate, whom she exchanged words with as they overlooked the throng of people gathering outside Buckingham Palace.
Credit: A nervous Meghan talks to Kate Middleton on the balcony
Missing from the balcony was Prince Phillip, who celebrated his 97th birthday yesterday, and young Prince Louis - third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The Queen wore a flattering shade of soft blue, finished off with her classic style of extravagant headwear.
Credit: Getty - The Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
The Queen led the way onto the balcony, closely following by Prince William and Kate, who ushered Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the front for a specatular view of the birthday flypast.
The two young Royals grinned in excitement as they watched a series of fighter jets and planes fly overhead.
Credit: Getty - Princess Charlotte and Prince George with their cousin Savannah Phillips
Following Meghan and Harry's recent Royal nuptials, it has announced that they will be undertaking an official visit to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and New Zealand in the Autumn of this year.
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