Prince Harry, for one, continuously checked on her to make sure she was okay, and by all accounts, she did a "fantastic" job.
Meghan Markle is still catching a lot of flack for her recent choice of outfit at her first Trooping the Colour ceremony, but she may have actually been channeling a more famous - and beloved - princess with her choice. According to the official royal website, "over 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare to mark The Queen's official birthday".
Meghan opted for a light pink off-shoulder dress by Carolina Herrera. However, numerous headlines from the event focused on questions of whether the American-born duchess broke royal protocol by wearing an ensemble with an off-the-shoulder necklines that showed some skin.
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As BBC News reports, the British fashion designer was once again quizzed about working with the duchess as she marked the opening of her new London flagship store Tuesday night. Little says that this is due to the Royals standing in order of their rank. "There was no slight intended, but William being the older, more senior brother would go out [first] with his wife". This official wedding photograph released by Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shows them in The Green Drawing Room, Windsor Castle, with (left-to-right): Back row: Master Brian Mulroney, Miss Remi Litt, Miss Rylan Litt, Master Jasper Dyer, Prince George, Miss Ivy Mulroney, Master John Mulroney.
Meghan Markle stood a little behind Kate Middleton.
It's been over three weeks since the Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding with Prince Harry, and although she seems to be handling everything like a pro in public, a source tells ET that she has been turning to members of the royal family and the staff to ensure she doesn't have a misstep.