Although the Duchess is not ready to get back on to her royal duties yet, she will be attending Trooping the Color parade out of respect to the Queen.
Last year Kate Middleton had also attended the parade, 6 weeks after giving birth to Prince Louis.
Meghan will officially resume her duties from October this year. She was seen in a ravishing navy-blue bespoke Givenchy gown. She carried a matching quilt clutch and accessorized her outfit with diamond studs and a Noelle Stewart hat.
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This marked Meghan’s second time attending Trooping the Color event after making her royal debut last year in a pale pink Carolina Herrera dress that sure made heads turn.
This year marked Prince Louis’ first Trooping of Colors as he accompanied his parents and his siblings to enthusiastically wave from the famous Royal Balcony at the RAF fly-past that was performed by more than 20 aircraft.
Prince Archie who is merely a month old was kept in charge of a newly appointed nanny.
A dozen other royals were also in attendance to mark the queen’s special day except for Prince Philip who will turn 98 in a couple of days and has hence officially resigned from Royal duties.
Amongst the attendees was former Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May who stepped down from her post on Friday but will stay in office till a suitable substitute is appointed.
The parade saw 1400 soldiers led by the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery who also fired a 41-gun salute as a tribute to the Queen.