This is the first time ever Meghan Markle showed up after marriage alongside Prince Harry on the 70th birthday of Prince Charles at the Buckingham palace. It was Meghan’s first outing as the Duchess of Sussex.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle postponed their honeymoon in honor of his father Prince Charles’s birthday.
Prince Harry gave a nice witty speech in garden party for the 70th birthday of Prince Charles in which he mentioned about his mini moon in Ireland and also clearly mentioning the garden party as the “family celebration” in his speech.
The Duchess of Sussex who will be now addressed as HRH (Her Royal highness) was all seen in white dress by Goat and a hat by Philip Treacy, switching up her signature messy bun which made her look very elegant.
There were some also very heart touching moments as Meghan giggles over Prince Harry when a bumble bee bumped into Harry’s ear while he was giving away the speech.
Meghan along with Prince Harry, Camilla and Prince Charles for the ‘family celebration’ today for Prince Charles’s 70th birthday
This is for the very first time that Megha Markle will be referred as Her Royal highness (HRH) in public
This is Meghan’s and Harry’s first outing after the wedding as Duke and Duchess of Sussex
Meghan surely enjoyed the brief gate way with husband Harry following their wedding at the Windsor castle.
Prince Charles with Camilla and Meghan, the new Duchess of Sussex, share a small laugh together at the Prince of Wales’s birthday party today
There were 6000 bunch of people at the garden party all mostly linked closely to the prince.
Prince Harry giving speech for his father’s birthday and the moment turned on to a little lighter side when a bumble bee flew into his ear as shown in next image
the light hearten moment made every one giggle and Meghan was one of them whose giggling was most prominent yet sweet.
Meghan giggling over her husband Prince Harry who was almost stung by a bee.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
People are expected to give courtesy to the Duchess of Sussex and call her Ma’am at the garden party today.
The duchess asked her father in law to accompany her in the aisle at the St George’s chapel service
Prince Harry giving speech in front of people gathered for the celebration of Prince Charles birthday while Camilla and Meghan listen.
Prince Charles all happily swings the umbrella as his wife claps.
Harry in the middle of his speech said in a good , joyous tone ‘To say… phffff….that bee really got me!’
Harry praised his father in his speech and wished him a more of a life time. more over Harry said today: ‘We’re here today to reflect on and to celebrate my father’s dedicated support to all of you and the work that you do.
‘But first, I would like us to take a moment to remember all those affected by the tragic events at the Manchester Arena a year ago. We are fortunate to have over 250 representatives of the emergency services here today.
‘It is right that we take a moment to recognise the amazing work they do every day, and how each member of our blue light services rise to meet the challenge of tragic events such as the attack a year ago.
‘We are also joined by Youth United Cadets. Their organisation also provided triage support to the medical crews on the attack.
‘So, on behalf of my family, and everyone here, I would like to say thank you to the emergency services and all those who supported the injured and affected.
Prince Charles having a joyful conversation with Kingdom choir and some of them performed at the royal wedding as well held on Saturday
Camilla also talking to the choir in all happy and joyful mood.
Prince Charles and Camilla the duo posed for photographs together on the lawn during the garden party
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex smiles for the cameras along with Charles and Camilla at the birthday celebration today.
The Garden Party allows the Queen and other members to reward the public services.
‘My brother William would be here today, were he not attending a service in Manchester to honour their victims, their families, the emergency services and the survivors this afternoon.
‘Our thoughts are with those who lost loved ones and those still dealing with the experiences of that night. It really is amazing to see so many of you here today for this family celebration.
‘I say family, because this is a chance for us to honour to Prince of Wales’s work over the last 40-plus years, with all of his charities, patronages and military associations – and, as you all know, my father views all of your organisations like an extended family.’
He made sure his speech was very personal which reflected his beautiful relationship with his father,
After finishing the speech, father and son kissed on both cheeks, before posing for a photograph with charity leaders.
When Meghan embarked on meeting charity representatives, she cleverly extended her hand to shake before most had a chance to bow.
‘I knew I was going to curtsey but she shook my hand,’ said Diana Langson, from 2nd Battalion Irish Regiment of Canada. ‘They were both so friendly and so kind and genuine when they spoke.
‘We offered them congratulations on the wedding and they just said thank you. They’re probably tired of talking about it!
‘It has been a phenomenal day, and the opportunity to meet them all is overwhelming.’