Trooping The Colour: The Queen at 92 watches as guardsmen march


Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Peter Phillips, Autumn Phillips, Isla Phillips and Savannah Phillips on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth and members of the British royal family, look up at the RAF flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace as part of Trooping the Color parade in central London, June 9, 2018.

Arguably the cutest moment from the celebration came when 4-year-old Prince George began giggling, and found himself shushed by 7-year-old cousin Savannah Phillips, granddaughter of Princess Anne.

Despite the fact that Meghan Markle is now a member of the British Royal family and that comes with a lot of rules and restrictions, especially in public, the former actress is not too anxious about following royal protocol a hundred percent. The Queen also ditched the dark sunglasses she'd been wearing after undergoing cataract surgery last month.

Ditching her signature messy bun, the newlywed left her hair down in loose waves and a dusty pink Carolina Herrera bespoke dress and Philip Treacy hat.

There is a new addition to the annual Buckingham Palace balcony photo.

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They join more than 1,400 guardsmen and cavalry for the magnificent Trooping of The Colour today in London.

Prince Philip, the Queen's husband, did not attend, having retired from public life past year.

The Trooping of the Colour also marks Prince Harry and Meghan's first public outing since they appeared at Prince Charles' early birthday celebration at Buckingham Palace only three days after exchanging vows at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Despite speculation, new baby Prince Louis did not make an appearance on the balcony.

The military precision of the parade unraveled slightly at the end of the day when the former chief of the defense staff, Charles Guthrie, 79, was thrown from his horse.

A Ministry of Defence spokesman said he was "receiving medical attention".