Trooping The Colour: Prince Harry Told Meghan Markle To Curtsy At Their First Buckingham Palace Balcony Appearance

June 12, 2018 12:42

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Buckingham Palace balcony debut

Meghan Markle made her debut at her first Trooping the Colour.

 Trooping the Colour is a yearly parade in honor of the Queen's birthday.

Before joining the family at the balcony, she made her second carriage procession alongside her husband, Prince Harry.

Harry told his wife when to curtsy

Harry was happy to introduce Markle to the pleasures of her first Trooping the Colour event. This was evidenced by him pointing out moments of interest as they watched the Red Arrow Fly Past.

An even cuter moment was when Meghan was captured on camera asking Harry if it was time to 'do it' and when he said yes, she curtsied.

Who stole the show?

While Markle was a sight to behold in her pale pink off-shoulder suit, the people who owned the Buckingham Palace balcony this year were Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Savannah, all great-grandchildren of the Queen.

The moment Savannah, the Queen's oldest great-grandchild, stopped Prince George's attempt at singing the national anthem with her hand placed on his mouth has gone viral. No one will be forgetting that in a hurry.

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