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For her first Trooping the Colour ceremony, Meghan chose a peach off-shoulder Carolina Herrera dress, paired with a massive, shallow Philip Treacy hat.

Despite the spectacle, however, many people were only focused on one thing - Meghan's "inappropriate" dress.

In April, the oldest member of the royal family underwent hip replacement surgery.

Some criticized the off-the-shoulder design for being "inappropriate".

"When you get into it I'll tell you more later", he apparently said, before adding, "Then there's the flypast and then we all look up to the sky". (Elizabeth II's real birthday is in April, but her parade is always in June.) And she made her debut on the iconic Buckingham Palace balcony, where she and sister-in-law Kate Middleton showed off ideal matching curtsies! The parade gives the Queen a chance to review and approve her army.

It is certainly true that the royal family have certain guidelines that they adhere to for formal events. While her off-the-shoulder dress drew some criticism for breaking royal protocol, clearly nobody on the balcony seemed to mind as she joked around with Prince Charles, Prince William and Camilla.

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has a new in-house fashion stylist.

Hear more on how Meghan's been adapting to royal life in the video below.

Like her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, whatever she wears quickly flies off the shelves as people rush to copy her style.

The lip-reader, who studied the newly married couple during the balcony appearance, decoded the words they shared, revealing that Meghan confessed she was apprehensive about the appearance.

Personally, I think Meghan should ignore what the few critics are saying on this occasion.

The photos captioned that epic moment when the 7-year-old girl hilariously deadpanned to the camera as she put her hand over her cousin's mouth, making him shut up.

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