Prince Harry's new wife Meghan Markle was pretty in pink and appeared to break royal protocol again with her outfit at her first Trooping the Colour parade, where she made her Buckingham Palace debut.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who has effectively retired from official public duties, was the only major figure missing from the gathering.
It was the first time Meghan had attended the ceremony following her marriage to Prince Harry on May 19.
Her cold-shoulder co-ord by Carolina Herrera was fitting for the regal pomp and pageantry of the big day and she accessorised the look with a co-ordinating hat by Philip Treacy.
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However, the banks declined to participate out of fear that doing so would harm their reputations. USA sanctions block Iran from exchanging the money on its own.
In Cheshire, they'll undertake classic royal duties: opening a bridge, officially cutting a ribbon at a cultural centre that's actually been going since previous year, and finally, a lunch at the Chester Town Hall.
So far, it seems Meghan has impressed Queen Elizabeth.
After the ceremony the royal family will head back to Buckingham Palace and gather on the balcony to watch the RAF flypast. Although Queen Elizabeth already turned 92 on April 21, the royals understandably prefer to party and socialize in warmer weather. They join more than 1,400 guardsmen and cavalry for the magnificent Trooping of The Colour today in London. She is the Queen's eldest great grandchild.
Prince Harry is relegated to a spot in a carriage because he is not a royal colonel.
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He said: "I wasn't aware of it, I didn't know that Britanny Kaiser had been to the embassy". Nix also called out Channel 4 for editing the footage to portray him in a worse light.
The British media is reporting neither Prince Harry, nor Prince William and Catherine, have travelled on the royal train before, so the invitation from the Queen is considered a mark of her high regard for Meghan.
The royals watched a fly-past undertaken by the Royal Air Force.
The ceremony culminates with a magnificent balcony appearance by the Royal Family.
"It would have been extremely intimidating for anyone, but Meghan and Harry really did a marvellous job at preparing her [with] what to expect".
Before the ceremony, Lall said he was "quite proud" of himself and knew other people were proud of him as well.
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