the duchess of sussexThe 40-year-old was all smiles as he chatted with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall and seemed to joke that they should be quiet during the parade.
Another photo showed Meghan with Prince Harry, 37, who was sporting a suit as the couple spoke with the Duke of Kent.
Meghan joined her husband and royals, including the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall, to watch the spectacular military event from the Major General’s office overlooking Whitehall parade ground.
The couple’s appearance at the Jubilee is their first official engagement in more than two years. Three-year-old Archie and nearly one-year-old Lilibet are expected to be brought in for the public family reunion, though the children have yet to be seen.
Lilibet has never been introduced to her royal relatives, while Archie hasn’t been to the UK since he was six months old. But there’s no invitation for the embarrassed Prince Andrew even in a private capacity after his fall from grace.
Their appearance came after Princes George and Louis were seen checking out The Mall. They were joined by sister Charlotte with Kate, Camilla and sophie wessex also appearing on the balcony.
Louis was seen waving to prince william Y Prince carlos while the parade unfolded. Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice seemed to point something out to the Cambridge children as they watched Trooping the Colour.
At one point, mother Kate appeared to scold Princess Charlotte as the young royal played with Mia Tindall.
Meghan Markle seemed to silence the royal children when she appeared on a balcony with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall.
Prince Harry, sporting a suit, was seen with Meghan as they chatted with the Duke of Kent near the balcony.
Harry and Meghan’s jubilee appearance is their first official engagement in over two years. They are expected to bring three-year-old Archie and Lilibet nearly a
The Duchess of Sussex was all smiles as she chatted with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall and seemed to be popular with the young royals.
George wore a navy suit, white shirt and blue tie for the occasion, while Louis wore a white and navy sailor-style top that echoed the outfit his father wore to the 1985 Trooping event.
Charlotte had her hair down in two thin braids tied with a blue ribbon, and she was wearing a cornflower dress. She gazed out the center window onto Horse Guards Parade as Louis gestured toward the ceremony.
They arrived at Horse Guards Parade with their mother and grandmother in a carriage. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a white gown by Alexander McQueen and a hat by Philip Treacy. Riding on horseback were the Prince of Wales in George, the Duke of Cambridge in Derby, and the Princess Royal in Sir John.
The Prince of Wales moved ahead of the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal as they rode diagonally across the esplanade and under the arches of the Horse Guards.
Charles was dressed in his scarlet Colonel’s uniform of the Welsh Guards and a thistle-green sash riding a horse named George. William rode into Derby in his Irish Guards uniform and Anne on a horse named Sir John in his Colonel of the Blues and Royals uniform as part of the colorful parade.
Meanwhile, the Queen exclaimed ‘unbelievable!’ from the balcony of Buckingham Palace in front of tens of thousands of Britons who cheered when she made her first appearance.
The 96-year-old monarch, wearing her Guards brooch and the blue Angela Kelly outfit worn in her official Platinum Jubilee portrait released last night, received the salute this afternoon after arriving from Windsor Castle.
Royal superfans adorned themselves in Union Flag clothing, flags and hats as they lined The Mall between Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square, where large crowds also gathered, to watch the QueenThe historic birthday parade kicks off.
The groups were seen breaking champagne glasses and began chanting God Save the Queen at 8am today, waking up hardcore fans who had slept in chairs, tents and even on the pavement overnight to secure a prime spot for the queens. celebrations today.
Prince Louis waves as he watches Trooping the Color with Princess Charlotte on a balcony at Horseguards Parade
The Duchess of Cambridge chimes in as Princess Charlotte plays with Mia Tindall as they watch Trooping the Color from a balcony.
Princess Beatrice points something out to Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince Louis as they watch Trooping the Color.
Princess Charlotte watches from a window as the Horse Guards Parade takes place. She was joined by several other young royals.
Louis was seen waving to Prince William and Prince Charles as the parade took place. With mother Kate in the background.
Kate, Camilla and Sophie Wessex appeared on the balcony before the official flyover, although there was no sign of Harry and Meghan.
Some had even flown in from Australia, Canada and the United States especially for the historic event, while others flocked from European countries, including Germany and Italy, to enjoy the occasion.
The sun was shining and spirits were high in the crowd as members of the public chatted and joked with the police manning the perimeter. Several handmade signs hung above the barriers, one of which simply read “thank you.”
Crowds huddled eight rows deep as they rushed to watch the celebrations and desperately tried to get a view of the real action on their phones.
As the pomp and show got under way, crowds cheered and clapped loudly as troops in bright red uniforms and bearskin hats made their way down The Mall towards Horse Guard Parade.
And an even louder ovation erupted as the royals rode through The Mall in carriages, ushering in the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, and the beaming Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, accompanied by their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. .
They were followed by Prince Edward, the Countess of Wessex and their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, 14-year-old Viscount Severn, and then Princess Anne, the Princess Royal and Prince Charles on horseback.