Trooping the Colour: See How Each Royal Family Member Made Their Big Balcony Debut
Can you believe it's been a year since Meghan Markle made her debut at Trooping the Colour? Over the weekend, the Duchess of Sussex surprised us all when she took a break from her maternity leave and made her second appearance at the royal affair. To make matters even sweeter, Prince Louis also graced us with his presence, marking his Trooping the Colour debut.
For those who aren't familiar with Trooping the Colour, it's an annual ceremony that originally began as a military parade when Charles II was king in the 17th century and takes place on one Saturday in June. During the event, the British royal family watch a flyover by the Royal Air Force, and a 41-gun salute is fired. While Trooping the Colour is usually reserved for family, both Princess Diana and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, made their debuts as fiancées. Ahead, take a walk down memory lane and look back at the royal family's Trooping the Colour debuts.