The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning an worldwide tour in the coming months, which will include travelling to the Invictus Games in Australia in October.
Meghan Markle is celebrating her birthday in style. Meghan discreetly fastened her top button and left the event holding hands with Prince Harry, who was sporting a tailcoat. The Duchess of Sussex turns 37 on August 4.
The royal was photographed mingling with others outside the Church of St. Mary the Virgin in Frensham, shortly before the wedding kicked off.
Meghan paired the look with a matching Philip Treacy fascinator, black cut-out heels from Aquazzura and a belt.
Meghan is reportedly planning to visit her father ahead of the royal couple's next worldwide tour.
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Late this summer, Meghan is expected to return to the USA on a private plane to spend time with her mother and friends.
The Royal Family also celebrated Markle's birthday with messages on Twitter.
The 74-year-old's health problems came after it was revealed he'd participated in the staging of paparazzi photos to the media ahead of walking his daughter down the aisle.
Next spring, Meghan and Harry are scheduled to make their first tour to the United States at the request of the U.K. Foreign Office and the British government. "The bride, 27, and groom, 30, look young and cute, but Meghan stole the show with her deliberate wardrobe malfunction".
The next year could also be one that brings an expanded family for Meghan and Harry, now aunt and uncle to William and Kate's three young children.
Well-wishers lined the sun-drenched street in front of the church to catch a glimpse of the royals and the marrying couple. "Why would I stop living because we have a family issue going on?"
"OK so Cruella de Vil is retreating LOL let me know how that works out for you", she said.