Meghan Markle's unmistakeable style has garnered her fans all over the world, who regularly attempt to recreate her flawless looks.
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.
The pair somehow glanced over to each other at the same time, and Meghan blurted "nervous" with a coy smile. Mayo, Ireland, the newlyweds cut happy and relaxed figures as they paid tribute to Her Majesty at the Trooping the Colour ceremony, at Whitehall's Horse Guard parade.
Prince Harry reportedly responded saying "yes.", before smiling and adding, "When you get into it, I'll tell you more later".
She rode in a horse-drawn carriage along The Mall to Horse Guards Parade with mother-in-law Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who wore a pale blue silk dress and jacket by Bruce Oldfield, with Philip Treacy also providing her headwear. While Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, and Kate's youngest child, Prince Louis, were not in attendance, it was a big day for the rest of the royal family.
On Thursday, Meghan will accompany the monarch on a visit to Chester, which is about 165 miles northwest of London.
Write Royalty, analysing details from the Court Circular, the official diary of the royal family, said the queen had conducted 125 engagements from January to the end of May.
A spokesman for the couple said: "They are already planning for all the work that's happening in the second half of the year which is going to be incredibly busy".
Meghan appeared to take it all in her stride, looking relaxed in the carriage ride while she laughed with Prince Harry and appeared to listen to him explain moments from the procession.
But while the yearly tradition is something Harry has been a part of since he was a boy, it was new royal Meghan's first time attending such a high-profile royal event.