For the British Royal Family, Trooping the Colour 2018 served as a joyous event to celebrate the birthday of Queen Elizabeth II - and gave fans another look into the extraordinary lives of the royal family.
But the Queen was accompanied by the royal colonels, all on horseback: Prince of Wales, Colonel of the Welsh Guards, the Princess Royal, Colonel of the Blues and Royals, and the Duke of Cambridge, Colonel of the Irish Guards.
Meghan and Prince Harry looked relaxed as they made their way along the Mall while crowds strained to catch a glimpse of the couple post-Royal wedding. She and new-husband Prince Harry were picture-perfect, as Harry chose to wear his Household Cavalry Number 1 ceremonial military uniform.
The ceremony is not only the official birthday celebration of the monarch, but a major social event for the families of the servicemen and women on duty on the parade ground.
Then it was back to Buckingham Palace for her inaugural balcony appearance.
Meghan is wearing a Carolina Herrera dress, a Philip Treacy hat, and Birks rings.
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As the entire British monarchy stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Saturday to celebrate the Queen's birthday parade, one tiny member was noticeably missing from the festivities.
Prince Philip, who turns 97-years-old tomorrow, was absent from today's proceedings but was no doubt watching his son take up the reigns from home.
After arriving at the palace, the royals assembled on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch a fly-by by the Royal Air Force.