Every Photo You Need to See of Meghan Markle's Post-Baby Debut at Trooping the Colour
A month after welcoming baby Archie Harrison, Meghan Markle made an appearance at Trooping the Colour alongside husband Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a navy ensemble by her wedding dress designer Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, featuring a high neckline and flutter sleeves.
Her Noel Stewart hat coordinated with her navy outfit and featured a royal blue knot at the side.
She kept her jewelry simple, wearing understated studs to not compete with the neckline of her outfit.
Meghan, who shared a carriage with Harry, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wore her hair in a low bun (while her sister-in-law Kate picked a Phillip Treacy hat with a sweet connection to Meghan's wedding day).
She's also had a year to perfect her royal wave - Meghan's Trooping the Colour debut in 2018 came just a month after her royal wedding to Harry.
When she introduced Archie in May, Meghan said, "I have the two best guys in the world. I'm really happy."
Meghan and Harry rode backwards in the carriage, while Camilla and Kate (Prince Williams rides horseback) faced forwards.
If Archie isn't sleeping, Meghan didn't let it show: She was all smiles in the carriage.
Meghan prepares herself for the Buckingham Palace balcony appearance. Last year she made her debut as the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex.
Meghan's navy ensemble with its high neckline and sleeves is a departure from last year's pale pink Carolina Herrera look, which some felt broke royal protocol due to its open neckline and bare arms.
On the balcony, Meghan revealed a surprise detail of her dress: white sleeves.
Meghan and Harry were slightly behind some elders and children on the balcony, though it's not a slight, royal experts say.
“She was not as prominent perhaps as some people might have expected, but there’s a pecking order,” Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, previously told PEOPLE. “There was no slight intended, but William being the older, more senior brother would go out [first] with his wife.”