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All Of Meghan Markle's Trooping The Colour Looks Have 1 Thing In Common

Wait 'til you see her Platinum Jubilee 'fit.

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To celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 96th birthday and her history-making 70 years on the throne, royals descended upon London to join in the festivities. Things kicked off with the queen’s birthday parade: Trooping the Colour.

Joining the fray were none other than the former Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Since this is the duchess’ third time attending, it’s time to take a look at Meghan Markle’s Trooping the Colours fashion evolution.

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It can’t be a royal event without a funky hat. After returning from her honeymoon with Prince Harry, Markle’s first Trooping the Colour in 2018 was a *big* deal, so she went 100% classic with her fascinator. It’s exactly the kind of British, fancy look you’d expect from a duchess.

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This blush number was designed by one of her go-to designers, Carolina Herrera. Its big buttons gave it a vintage, classic vibe while, for royal circles, her off-the-shoulder dress was a bit daring.

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Markle’s 2019 Trooping of Colour outfit featured, you guessed it, another iconic hat. The cap style matched her ultra sleek bun to a T, and the sharp feather added a small amount of volume.

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At her first public appearance since the birth of the couple’s first child, Archie, Markle’s outfit was more sentimental than you’d guess. Her navy dress was created by none other than Clare Waight Keller, her wedding dress designer.

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At her first Trooping the Colour in two years, Markle’s 2022 parade look was a perfect combo of her previous two looks. She wore the wide brim hat and off-the-shoulder look from 2018, as well as her 2019 navy palette.

I can’t wait to see what Markle brings to the table — or, in this case, the parade — in the years to come.

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