Meghan Markle has made her debut on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as part of the Trooping the Colour ceremonies Sunday, an annual event to officially honor the Queen's birthday.
It is a celebration that involves over 1,400 guardsman and cavalry members — plus oodles of royals!
People reports that Markle, joined by hubby Prince Harry, took her place with Prince William & Kate Middleton and their children, minus Prince Louis; Prince Philip; Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall; and the Queen herself.
Meghan fit right in with her pale pink dress and asymmetrical hat, beaming like the new bride she is.
The royals watched a fly-past undertaken by the Royal Air Force. It comes ahead of next week's journey by Meghan and the Queen to a series of engagments in Cheshire. The trip is seen as "a really positive sign of favor," according to royal watcher Robert Lacey, as only the Queen, her husband Prince Philip, and Prince Charles use the Royal Train, but Meghan will be aboard when it transports the Queen to the day of appearances.
Lacey went on to say, "I can’t think of a more striking signal and expression of welcome into the royal family for a new recruit. It shows the Queen’s excited by it.”