In Pictures: Meghan and Harry attend military parade in her first post-maternity...

In Pictures: Meghan and Harry attend military parade in her first post-maternity public appearance

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Kate wore a favourite designer – an Alexander McQueen dress and hat by Philip Treacy. Camilla had also chosen a mainstay designer Bruce Oldfield who had created a bright green dress and coat with white embroidery teamed with a Philip Treacy hat

Meghan Markle has made her first appearance at an official royal event since giving birth to son Archie, joining her husband at the Trooping the Colour ceremony.

Meghan left Buckingham Palace in a carriage also carrying Harry, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge en route to Horse Guards Parade. Meghan wore a navy short sleeve dress by Givenchy with a matching hat by Noelle Stewart for the event, a ceremony performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies.

Trooping the Colour marks the Queen’s official birthday.

Harry and Meghan make their way to Horse Guards Parade
Meghan wore a dress by Clare Waight Keller and hat by Noel Stewart
Kate wore a favourite designer – an Alexander McQueen dress and hat by Philip Treacy. Camilla had also chosen a mainstay designer Bruce Oldfield who had created a bright green dress and coat with white embroidery teamed with a Philip Treacy hat
It was Meghan’s first appearance at an official royal event since giving birth to son Archie
The Queen during Trooping the Colour
The Queen wore an Angela Kelly tweed dress in shades of pale pink, mint yellow and gold and a matching hat by Ms
Prince William during the ceremony
A salute from William
Soldiers head from Buckingham Palace to Horse Guards Parade
Members of the Household Cavalry also took part
The Princess Royal

Children look out from from the palace to catch a glimpse of proceedings
Trooping the Colour at Horse Guards Parade
Medics help a soldier who fell from his horse during the ceremony
The horse was soon rounded up
The ceremony marks the Queen’s official birthday
The event featured around 1,400 servicemen in total
The colour was first trooped through the ranks of soldiers before the guardsmen marched past the Queen
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