Sikh guardsman first to wear turban at Trooping the Colour

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

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have taken their places for the first time with the Queen on Buckingham Palace's balcony after Trooping the Colour.

Princess Charlotte was born in 2015, she isWills and Kate's second child after Prince George.

Despite the fact that Meghan Markle is now a member of the British Royal family and that comes with a lot of rules and restrictions, especially in public, the former actress is not too anxious about following royal protocol a hundred percent.

Chris Jackson/Getty ImagesIT'S HER PARTYThe Queen's actual birthday was April 21.

Princess Kate was dressed in one of her favorite designers, Alexander McQueen, while Meghan opted for a one-of-a-kind creation by Carolina Herrera and hat by Philip Treacy, a favorite of the Royal Family.

Princess Charlotte fell during Trooping The Colour, the annual birthday celebration for Queen Elizabeth II, but Kate Middleton saved the day thanks to her quick mom reflexes.

The Queen is technically the head of Britain's armed forces and the parade gives her a chance to review her army.

Her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, attended the event with her past year, but was absent today.

First out of Buckingham Palace in the carriage procession was the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall, closely followed by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their first public appearance since getting back from their honeymoon.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is officially jumped into the gang royal fam, now that she's shared the famed Buckingham Palace balcony with all of her in-laws. She and new-husband Prince Harry were picture-perfect, as Harry chose to wear his Household Cavalry Number 1 ceremonial military uniform.

As the aerobatic display team, the Red Arrows, released plumes of red, white and blue smoke over the balcony of Buckingham Palace, the queen's great-grandchildren waved wildly.

This year's parade also saw the first time a guard has worn a turban during the ceremony.

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