The moment you missed between Meghan and Harry on the Palace balcony


But-get this-Queen Eliz has also asked Meghan to do something she's apparently never ever asked Kate, Harry and Wills to do: Step aboard for a ride on the royal train.

Earlier this week, Harry's office announced that the prince and Meghan would travel to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand later this year. Yes, you read that correctly, and while-no surprises here-it is Meghan Markle, she is now a Duchess and did just make royal history.

The Trooping the Colour is an annual parade of regiments from the British and Commonwealth armies to honor Queen Elizabeth II's birthday.

"The role that she's taken on it's very austere, it's very sort of serious and I think there's a great weight that she has. acquired through that and she takes it very seriously", she said.

The insider revealed that Stella McCartney, who designed the white halterneck dress Meghan wore for their evening wedding reception, is "working on a few more outfits" for the Duchess, and that "Harry always comes to design meetings and fittings to give his opinions on the looks".

The Duchess of Sussex came under fire over the weekend for showing off her shoulders.

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"There was no slight intended, but William being the older, more senior brother would go out [first] with his wife".

She also wore pink for her very first royal outing on May 22, as well as an nearly identical hat. "And there were a lot of kids who everyone would want at the front".

But her dress broke a Royal fashion rule.

This is true. It's not a Royal Family balcony appearance without Prince George, Princess Charlotte and co.'s hilarious facial expressions.

But even though Meghan had to take a back seat to Kate and William at the event, she wasn't relegated to the side as other relatives were.

"She was still near the heart of the action", Little says.