Royal Newlyweds Attend Queen’s Birthday Parade

By Atiya Riffat

Prince Harry and his new spouse Meghan Markle, now well-known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, went to the yearly Trooping of the Color event on Saturday, it’s the first time the couple have gone to the Queen’s birthday festivities together.

Around 1,000 marched of soliders to House Guards Parade in Whitehall, focal London, as a major aspect of the event, which stamped Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday.

Viewed by huge crowd, the newlyweds reached in a horse drawn carriage as a component of a parade. The occasion was gone to by other senior royals including the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Sovereign Philip, the Queen’s husband, did not go to the occasion, having resigned from public life a year ago.

Harry and Meghan wedded in May at Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth’s home toward the west of London, in a show of British royal grandeur and event viewed by a large number of audience members over the world.

On Saturday, Meghan was envisioned wearing a pale pink dress with matching cap, while Harry was in military uniform.

Their open appearance together took after media speculation in recent weeks that they had been on vacation, in spite of the fact that Kensington Palace, Harry’s office, has not describe about any trip.