The Duke of Edinburgh, who retired last summer, is celebrating privately today after missing out on Saturday's Trooping the Colour ceremony.
The Duchess of Sussex broke protocol with her off-the-shoulder outfit.
Meghan paired the look with Birks jewelry, which Dishaw said was "obviously now looking to be Meghan's jeweler of choice" and which were "a nice nod to her Canadian "roots" (whilst not being Canadian) while also still including more diamonds as befitting her new status".
Meghan Duchess of Sussex attends Trooping The Colour.
As we all know, The Queen loves to be colourful when it comes to her wardrobe so each family member wore bright and lovely colours in honour of the event.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton arrived at the parade with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. More than 1,000 soldiers and 250 horses traveled down the Mall from Buckingham Palace to Horseguards Parade with members of the Royal Family in carriages.
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Their two duchesses' husbands, Prince William, 35, and Prince Charles, 69, rode on horseback in the procession, which honours the Queen's official birthday.
It was his second day back on the job since the honeymoon, which the latest version of the rumour mill claimed was at Ashford Castle, a five-star resort in County Galway, Ireland.
"As the founder of the Invictus Games, The Duke of Sussex has become a champion for war veterans around the world, including in Australia", he said in a statement.
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, did not take part today, in line with his retirement from public life previous year. Princess Charlotte made her first appearance at 13 months and George shortly before his 2nd birthday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have taken their places for the first time with the Queen on Buckingham Palace's balcony after Trooping the Colour.
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He'll pay off his recently refinanced home, pay for his daughter's college tuition and pay off his own college loans. Souami, a father of two, said he made a decision to take the more than $183 million cash payout.
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