The Duchess of Cornwall greeted thousands of well-wishers who had lined the Mall on Saturday to celebrate Trooping the Colour, but there were some very familiar faces in the crowd - her son Tom Parker Bowles and her grandchildren Freddy and Lola.
Meghan's peach Carolina Herrera gown looked "stunning", says the newspaper, but was deemed "too revealing" for the ceremony.
Kate and Meghan's friendship seems to be a sweet one, as it's said that Kate actually helped introduced Meghan to her favourite fashion brands based locally. Harry, who stayed glued to his wife's side the whole time, made Meghan lose her regal composure with some wisecrack - forcing her to turn away from the cameras as she burst into giggles.
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Meghan had previously let slip she would be visiting Australia for the first time when she attended the United Kingdom trials for the Invictus Games earlier this year with Harry. She confidently waved to crowds, shared a joke with members of the family and smiled throughout.More news: China suggests sanctions relief for N. Korea after United States summit
A spokesperson for the family said they will also attend a lunch held at Chester Town Hall alongside local leaders and dignitaries.
First of her royal commitments is her upcoming public duty beside the Queen.
Watched by large crowds, the newlyweds arrived in a horse-drawn carriage as part of a procession.
This won't be the first time Meghan has visited New Zealand.
Harry is following in his parents' footsteps after Charles and his then-wife Diana visited Australia and New Zealand in their first tour as a married couple.
With her hands placed in front of her, mirroring the Duchess of Cambridge's body language, the former Suits star looked calm and composed for the momentous occasion. The Queen is nearly always expected to wear gloves, for instance, and other female members of the royal family should never be caught at a fancy event without a hat.