Meghan, the new Duchess of Sussex, wore a stunning dress by Carolina Herrera and a hat by Philip Treacy. Prince Harry wore military attire.
"Meghan's new role in the Royal Family is one that she's carving out for herself - and seeing her skirt some of the unspoken rules of royal fashion (such as baring shoulders and clavicles) on the balcony at Buckingham Palace is just one of the ways she's figuring out how to blend her personal style with the role in which she now occupies", Dishaw said.
Princess Charlotte clapped excitedly when the thousands of people gathered at the gates of Buckingham Palace applauded the aerial display.
As the planes flew overheard, seven-year-old Savannah Phillips - daughter of Peter and Autumn - was seen covering Prince George's mouth and telling him to hush while the national anthem was played.
While Harry and Meghan's premier tour has caused a buzz of excitement in the global media, fears have been raised about the couple's desire to start a family as soon as possible.
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Harry Duke of Sussex and Meghan Duchess of Sussex attend Trooping The Colour.
In April 2014, Prince Harry's brother and sister-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, spent 18 days in the two countries.
The couple will visit the Commonwealth countries of Fiji and Tonga at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. As part of the day's pomp, almost 1,000 soldiers march to Horse Guards Parade and the Royal Air Force performs a flyover (which the royals famously watch each year from the balcony at Buckingham Palace).
The parade, which features regiments of the British Armed services, included all of the royal colonels - Prince Charles, Colonel of the Welsh Guards; Prince William, Colonel of the Irish Guards; and Princess Anne of the Blues and Royals; along with Prince Andrew, taking over for his father as Colonel of the Grenedier Guards - all appearing on horseback.
Trooping the Colour is always a stylish event on the royal calendar, with the extended royal family gathering to celebrate the Queen's official birthday.
The ceremony is not only the official birthday celebration of the monarch, but a major social event for the families of the servicemen and women on duty on the parade ground.