Meghan Markle entertains young Royals as she and Prince Harry sit out Palace balcony appearance
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been spotted for the first time since arriving in the UK for the Queen's Jubilee celebrations, which are taking place up and down the country this weekend.
The Duchess of Sussex, 40, was seen entertaining some of the youngest members of the Royal family, including Savannah Phillips and Mia Tindall, ahead of Thursday afternoon's flypast.
Meghan could be seen through one of the windows of the Major General's Office, as she animatedly greeted the children, making faces and beaming at them.
The youngsters, who are the children of Zara and Mike Tindall, and Peter and Autumn Phillips, looked delighted by Meghan's larking around.
Meghan's full outfit couldn't quite be seen, but despite the fact she wasn't appearing in the balcony, she was still dressed suitably smart, in a beautiful hat with a large blue bow.
As she greeted the kids, Princess Beatrice's husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, looked on and smiled.
Savannah, 11, could be seen adorably moving to plant a kiss on Meghan's cheek.
Another snap showed Meghan with Harry, 37, as they spoke with the Duke of Kent, who later accompanied the Queen as she made her way to the balcony.
The Sussexes are believed to have discreetly watched the Trooping the Colour parade from the Major General's Office.
It's believed that Harry and Meghan, who were greeted by a car sent from the Queen as they arrived at a UK airport this week, will officially attend tomorrow's Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, London.
Meghan and Harry are believed to have travelled to the UK with their own children, Archie and Lilibet, but it is thought they won't be joining them at any public engagements.
As the couple watched the flypast from inside the palace, the Queen was joined by family members – all of whom are 'working' royals, or the children of them – to enjoy the show from the balcony.
Prince Louis adorably stole the show, earning himself a small telling off from mum Kate Middleton after sucking his thumb, and hilariously covering his ears as some of the louder aircraft flew overheard.
Earlier in the day, the young prince took part in his first ever royal parade with his siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, mum Kate and step-grandmother Camilla, the Duchess of Sussex.
The five royals travelled together in a carriage ahead of the Trooping of Colour, while Princes Charles and William rode on horseback, alongside Princess Anne.
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