Prince Harry and Meghan's first major royal tour confirmed

Sergio Cunningham
June 11, 2018

After all, it is a huge responsibility being a Duchess, and although Meghan boasted a refined sense of fashion even in her acting days, it is a different ball game when you are part of the royal family.

The former Suits Star opted for a custom-made pale pink Carolina Herrera dress on Saturday when she made her Trooping the Colour debut.

Trooping the Colour is always a stylish event on the royal calendar, with the extended royal family gathering to celebrate the Queen's official birthday.

Meghan Markle's entry into the royal family began with her new in-laws appearing to be ever-so-slightly scandalized by her non-traditional wedding day choices and those breaks with the past may have continued this weekend.

Meghan Markle makes her Trooping the Colour parade, alongside Prince Harry.

Fresh from their rumoured honeymoon the newlyweds cut happy and relaxed figures as they paid tribute to The Queen.

They are expected to travel to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

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Instagram princesseugenieShe shared the snap ahead of Father's Day this weekend reportedly very close to her father

Given how many rules and traditions the Royal Family are said to adhere to, it's little wonder Meghan still needs some guidance.

Kensington Palace says Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will be touring Australia this spring. Flaunting an attractive hat from Philip Treacy, the 36-year-old swapped her signature messy bun with a shiny blowout.

According to the specialist Harry turned to Meghan and asked: "Okay?"

Kate and Wills were in another carriage while a third carried Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, the Countess of Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise. It will be Harry's first time in Ireland, but Meghan visited Dublin in 2014.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said Australians would be excited about the visit, and the couple could expect a very warm welcome. While Harry smiled and waved, she looked a bit overwhelmed as she surveyed the huge crowds lining the route.

"As the founder of the Invictus Games, the Duke of Sussex has become a champion for war veterans around the world, including in Australia".

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