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16 May 2019, 13:28
Meghan Markle has been spending some time privately at home with newborn Archie since he was born.
Meghan Markle was last seen by the public when she stepped out with her husband at Windsor Castle to introduce Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor to the world with a royal photocall.
Since then, the former actress has remained out to the spotlight, understandably, to adjust to her new life as a mum.
But, of course, royal fans everywhere are keen to know when they’ll next get to see the Duchess out and about.
And it might be sooner rather than later, as Trooping The Colour is only around the corner now.
Tropping The Colour is a huge event for the royal family as it celebrates the Queen’s second birthday of the year.
The royal family will gather this year at Buckingham Palace, as they do each year, on the 8th June.
Of course, it has not been confirmed whether Meghan will be attending, but we can all hope.
Kate Middleton attended the occasion less than two months after giving birth to Prince Louis, which may mean Meghan will join her husband for the iconic day.
Last year, Meghan attended her first Trooping The Colour following her wedding to Harry.
For the occasion, the Duchess stunned in a blush dress, teamed with a matching fascinator.
In other royal news, Kate Middleton recently honoured the late Princess Diana by wearing a dress inspired by Prince William and Prince Harry’s mother.
Kate stepped out for a royal engagement this week in a blue and white polka dot dress, almost identical to one Diana wore in 1985.