The tiny princess waved and squinted as she looked up at the sky to see the Royal Air Force's flypast.
Meghan Markle attended her first Trooping the Colour with the royals on June 9 to celebrate the Queen's birthday.
First the ceremonial. Meghan sat beside Harry in a horse-drawn carriage procession from Buckingham Palace to the Horse Guards parade ground where thousands of troops waited to parade a regimental flag (a Colour) in front of the Queen.
Meghan wore an off-shoulder dress.
Glowing from her rumoured honeymoon and eschewing her go-to messy bun in favour of more polished locks, there's no denying that the former actress stole the show.
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Of course, the little girl loosened her control over her younger cousin and enjoyed the event as well at times.
In celebration of the queen's birthday, which is actually in April, over 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a display of military precision and horsemanship.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip stayed their in 2005.
The youngster burst into tears and had to be comforted by her mother, who tenderly picked her up and gave her a cuddle.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton arrived at the parade with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
The couple could be seen chatting as the event unfolded, and now, thanks to some lip readers, we know exactly what was said. Ever since their engagement was announced past year, the Duke of Sussex has eased Meghan into her new life gradually, and now it seems he is also the one making fashion choices for her.