Meghan Markle : His big return, with Harry and Kate, for Trooping the Colour

In withdrawal from public life since mid-march, and logically absent during the recent official visit of the couple Trump, Meghan Markle would she take part in Trooping the Colour, the great event marking cérémoniellement the birthday of queen Elizabeth II, who was 93 years old last April 23 ? The question was beginning to obsess her admirers, at the approach of the fateful date of the 2nd Saturday in June, and hopes were not disappointed.

Saturday, June 8, 2019, or one month after you have made the world, (may 6,) his first child with prince Harry, their son Archie, the duchess of Sussex was interrupted by the maternity leave that she should continue until October, and joined the royal family for the great celebrations held at Buckingham, in London.

For her first public appearance since the birth (we had only seen, two days later, in front of the media at Windsor castle for the presentation of Archie), Meghan, 37 years, is presented in a navy blue signed Givenchy, definitely its star brand for special occasions (starting with his marriage). She shared, the time of the royal processions along the Mall, the long avenue that stretches in front of Buckingham palace, a landau with her husband Harry, the duchess Camilla of Cornwall and the duchess Catherine of Cambridge, wearing a dress-coat yellow Alexander McQueen (for it also, its a brand dedicated to the solemn commitments) and wearing a hat Philip Treacy. Prince William, prince Charles, prince Andrew and princess Anne, the colonels of the different regiments, rode on the other horse, in uniform. Since his entry into the royal family in 2011, Kate Middleton made horse-drawn carriage commune with Camilla ; they were received for the first time, Meghan Markle, for whom this was the second participation in the parade Trooping the Colour.

Queen Elizabeth II, meanwhile, had played the card of security, preferring exceptionally a carriage (closed) to a landau (open), given the uncertain weather, and using the carriage of the scottish State that she had put in last October at the disposal of the princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank for their wedding in Windsor. Eugenie, in fact, was also present Saturday, June 8, wearing a dress white and blue, with her older sister princess Beatrice, in pink. Prince Edward and countess Sophie of Wessex (in a gown of mint green Suzannah), with their children Lady Louise and James, viscount Severn, Peter and Autumn Phillips with their daughters Savannah and Isla, the prince and princess Michael of Kent, or Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor were also the royal procession.

As every year, the public were present by the thousands on the Mall to watch the royal ballet and attend the military parade involving over 1400 officers, 200 horses, and ten brass bands, for a total of 400 musicians. With, as a culmination of the ceremonies, the traditional appearance of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham palace, one of the rare occasions to see such a family reunion. Strangely enough, the duchess Meghan had in the meantime disappeared, absent from the balcony during the arrival by carriage of the queen since the barracks of the Horse Guards, where she came to attend the demonstrations in honor of his birthday. But it was there, a few minutes later, for the closing celebrations with the passage in the sky of the patrol of the RAF.