AceShowbiz - Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle joined other British royal family members for this year's Trooping the Colour festivities on Saturday, June 8. Fans were excited to see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the celebration, and when they found out that the pair were barely seen in the traditional Trooping the Colour balcony photos, they were left furious.
While Meghan and Harry stood behind Prince Charles and the Queen last year, this year saw the new parents being less visible. They stood in the corner and were hidden behind Prince Andrew. "Are we really not getting good shots of Meghan and Harry on the balcony? Shame," one disappointed fan wrote.
"On the balcony and I haven't seen one pic of Meghan yet," another fan added. Meanwhile, one other wondered if there was a "royal order" which they had to follow for the official photographs. "I'm sure there's some order of ranking as to why Harry and Meg are stowed away in the corner," the person said.
Although fans didn't really get to see Meghan, it didn't stop them from gushing over the Duchess. "Even though a glimpse on the balcony it was such a treat to see Duchess Meghan today," a fan raved about the former "Suits" star, who looked regal in a navy blue ensemble by Givenchy with a matching navy cocktail hat. "She looked beautiful and radiant."
During the royal engagement, Meghan also stole the attention as she debuted a new piece of jewellery on her ring finger. The 37-year-old was seen sporting a "push present" in the form of an eternity ring from husband Prince Harry following the birth of their first child, Archie, in early May.
The Duchess, who completed her style with a peacock blue Givenchy quilted bag and emerald-cut earrings, initially hid the new band with a pair of leather gloves. However, people got a better look at the ring removed for the short carriage ride from Horse Guards Parade to Buckingham Palace.
The Trooping for the Colour marked Meghan's first official public appearance after she gave birth to baby Archie. The baby, unfortunately, was not present at the event.