Here's Why Meghan Markle Was Not Front & Center at Balcony Debut

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Here's Why Meghan Markle Was Not Front & Center at Balcony Debut

Meghan Markle was attending the Trooping the Colour for Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday party.

According to royal expert and Majesty magazine managing editor Joe Little, there's an etiquette to these things. "There was no slight intended, but William being the older, more senior brother would go out first with his wife".

But it seems as though Prince Harry's alleged role as Meghan Markle's new stylist have done her little, if any, good.

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

"There's no one laying this out. and there were a lot of kids who everyone would want at the front", the insider tells People.

While the official list of nominees is yet to be released, if Markle or any of her co-stars make the cut, it would mark the first time the legal drama has been nominated for the honour and would no doubt be a thrill. The couple recently returned from their honeymoon after tying the knot on May 19.

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So was Harry responsible for Meghan's gorgeous baby pink Carolina Herrera off-the-shoulder dress she wore to Trooping The Colour on Saturday?

The day started with a grand military parade and the arrivals of the royals via carriages. Prince Philip, Prince Charles, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were also in attendance.

Meanwhile, Harry is now sixth in line to the throne, but he'll eventually fall lower in the line of succession as William's heirs, Prince George, Princess Charlotte or Prince Louis have children.

And Meghan was all smiles as she took in the historic annual event.

"I think right now in the climate that we're seeing with so many campaigns, #MeToo and Time's Up, there is no better time than to really shine a light on women feeling empowered and people really helping to support them, men included in that", she added.

His visit to Fiji also underlines his special interest in the Commonwealth and our own historical ties with Great Britain and the Royal Family.

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