How Meghan Markle dared to break protocol at Queen's birthday parade

Well.at least most of the family like her.

That does make her easier to find in photos - when she's not completely blocked that is...

You may also have noticed she was little bit in the back...

Since becoming a member of the family, Meghan Markle has set about dragging the Royals into the 21st century. There was a celebration of black culture, Meghan part-walking herself down the aisle and plenty of poignant tributes to the late Princess Diana.

Since 1748, Trooping the Colour has also marked the official birthday of the British sovereign.

The Duchess of Sussex isn't the only royal to use fashion as a way of honouring the "People's Princess".

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To attend the outdoor event, Meghan opted for a pale pink, off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera dress with a matching wide-brimmed fascinator.

"Off the shoulder is inappropriate day wear at the Trooping or any official engagement", one critic snapped during their commentary on the event.

The dress, described by Kensington Palace on the day as a "bespoke lily-white, high neck gown made of silk crepe", was seen around the world as the newlywed Duchess and her husband drove to their evening reception. "I have a feeling she's going to push the limits a little too much?!"

No matter where she stands, Meghan Markle surely has a seat at the table as the newest royal.

"The special projects team at Stella McCartney are working on a few more outfits for Meghan, and Harry always comes to design meetings and fittings to give his opinions on the looks".

Eagle-eyed fans have now spotted how Prince Harry guided her through the whole process, telling her the right moment to curtsy for his grandmother.

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