Did Meghan Markle break royal protocol at Trooping the Colour 2018?

Did Meghan Markle break royal protocol at Trooping the Colour 2018?

From left, Britain's Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Kate Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry attend the annual Trooping the Colour Ceremony in London.

Meghan gave a polished and poised wave to thrilled crowds as she made her way through London with Prince Harry in an open-top carriage.

Andrew took up a more prominent place on the balcony after taking part in his first Trooping the Colour ceremony on horseback in his new role as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.

In another shot, Savannah can be seen attempting another silencing method as she is shushing Prince George.

Though she's only been a royal since her May 19 wedding to Prince Harry, breaking protocol is nothing new for Meghan.

Meghan Markle has appeared alongside Prince Harry, who she married three weeks ago, to celebrate the Queen's official birthday at Trooping the Colour.

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"I'm sure she feels Meghan needs a steadying hand in these early days".

The two young Royals grinned in excitement as they watched a series of fighter jets and planes fly overhead. This, notes the magazine, marks a "major milestone" for the newest member of the royal family, as the train is only used "in an official capacity" by the Queen, Prince Philip and Prince Charles. "I have a feeling she's going to push the limits a little too much?!" wrote one of the social-media users. Meghan and Harry have stated their desire to jump right in and get to work in their new roles.

Meghan Markle and the Queen will head to Cheshire for a series of royal engagements together on Wednesday 13 June.

The couple could be seen chatting as the event unfolded, and now, thanks to some lip readers, we know exactly what was said.

Meanwhile, Markle, like her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, was careful to follow the rule of curtseying to the queen as she rode past in a carriage.

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