Trooping The Colour Parade To Mark The Queen’s Official Birthday & Other Celebrations
Queen, Kate and Camilla ALL match in blue at birthday parade – so why is Meghan in PINK?
THE QUEEN, Kate Middleton and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall matched each other in blue outfits at the Queen’s Birthday Parade today. But why did the newest royal, Meghan Markle, choose to wear the clashing colour of pink?
The Queen, 92, wore blue for her official birthday celebrations today outside Buckingham Palace.
She was joined by Meghan Markle, 36, Kate Middleton, 36, and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, 70, in the Trooping of the Colours Parade, also known as the Queen’s Birthday Parade.
Kate, the Queen’s granddaughter-in-law, and Camilla, her daughter in law, matched Her Majesty in blue outfits.
However, Meghan turned up in a different hue, opting to wear a pale pink colour while riding in a carriage at the parade alongside Prince Harry.
Meghan is the newest member of the royals and the Queen’s granddaughter-in-law after her marriage to Prince Harry.
While there is no official rule governing what colours royals must wear at the Trooping the Colour parade, Meghan certainly stands out from the other royals.
The Duchess of Sussex’s dress is a similar pale colour to the nude dress Meghan wore to Prince Charles’ birthday garden party.
While Meghan’s nude dress bares her shoulders, Camilla and Kate have chosen more conservative looks.
Meanwhile, the Queen wears her trademark brightly coloured skirt suit and matching hat.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK