Meghan Markle wowed the crowds surrounding Buckingham Palace today, as the British royal family marked 100 years of the Royal Air Force.
Ahead of her trip to Ireland alongside Prince Harry, the former actress stunned in a bespoke black Dior dress.
During the event, Meghan and Harry joined Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, and Kate Middleton on the Buckingham Palace balcony.
They royal family observed a thunderous fly-over by 100 aircrafts, including jet fighters, World War II Lancaster bombers and the ceremonial Red Arrows.
There was also a Feu de Joie, or mass rifle salute, to complete the military pageantry.
The Duchess, who married Prince Harry back in May, had a prime spot on the balcony — right next to the Queen herself.
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The event comes one day after the royal christening of Prince Louis at the Chapel Royal in St. James’s Palace.
After the flypast, Meghan and Harry headed straight for the airport, as they’re set to land in Dublin this evening. The couple will be greeted by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.