Confirmed: Harry and Meghan coming to NZ

Confirmed: Harry and Meghan coming to NZ

Harry and Meghan have been invited to Australia and New Zealand by the countries' respective governments, while the royals will visit Fiji and Tonga at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the official statement from Kensington Palace stated.

The younger royals lined up in front of the adults to enjoy the fly-past of modern and historic aircraft, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte standing with their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. "We loved that she was still very much Meghan while also still embracing her role as the Duchess of Sussex".

Australians will welcome Prince Harry and his new bride Meghan to Australia in October with great warmth and excitement, the prime minister says.

Harry Duke of Sussex and Meghan Duchess of Sussex attend Trooping The Colour.

The visit will provide an insight into how Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will manage the duties of being one half of a royal couple. News. "Wearing a chic pink bespoke Carolina Herrera skirt suit, she still managed to have exposed shoulders that were an unexpected touch when compared to the royal women looks of the past-a subtle nod to her style looks of the past with a widely exposed boatneck that exposed clavicles never seen on the balcony at Buckingham Palace before!"

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The Duchess of Sussex rode in a carriage alongside her husband, The Duke of Sussex, with Kate Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall riding ahead of them.

But some royal watchers online believe the Duchess should have been more respectful at the Queen's birthday celebrations.

Queen Elizabeth II - without Prince Philip - at the Trooping The Colour.

The parade, which features regiments of the British Armed services, included all of the royal colonels - Prince Charles, Colonel of the Welsh Guards; Prince William, Colonel of the Irish Guards; and Princess Anne of the Blues and Royals; along with Prince Andrew, taking over for his father as Colonel of the Grenedier Guards - all appearing on horseback. Flags, or colors, were "trooped" so soldiers in the ranks would be able to recognize them.

But later in the day, as the Queen's procession made its way back to Buckingham Palace, Field Marshal Lord Guthrie, 79, a former head of the armed forces, was thrown from his horse near the Victoria Memorial.

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