Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Royal couple Harry and Meghan coming to Australia in October

Royal couple Harry and Meghan coming to Australia in October

Speculations arose about who would be Markle's go-to fashion person once she enters Kensington Palace.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte were not in the procession however, they are both expected to be in attendance when the royal family step out onto the balcony at Buckingham Palace as a tradition in celebration of the birthday of the queen.

Harry and Meghan's Aussie tour follows Charles and Camilla's.

It is said to be located in the Oxfordshire part of the Cotswolds near to the Great Tew Estate - not far from A-list favourite Soho Farmhouse, where Meghan reportedly spent her hen do with close girl friends back in March.

Harry and Meghan are following in the footsteps of Harry's parents in their first confirmed overseas tour.

Princess Eugenie andrew trooping colour
Instagram princesseugenieShe shared the snap ahead of Father's Day this weekend reportedly very close to her father

The Duchess of Sussex rode in a carriage alongside her husband, The Duke of Sussex, with Kate Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall riding ahead of them.

According to a source who spoke to the Daily Mail, Meghan has always thought highly of Prince Harry's fashion choices and craves his validation.

Meghan was also pictured enjoying the luxury hotel's amenities with friend Millie Mackintosh in 2016, the year Harry and Meghan started dating. "The joke is that Harry is Meghan's surprise stylist".

More about what Harry? As People reported, Meghan Markle's Trooping the Color dress broke off with centuries-old tradition which dictated that the women in the royal family do not wear clothes which reveal their sleeves, but as was seen during the event, Meghan ditched them for good.

It's unclear if they'll also make time to meet the two koalas joeys named after them at Sydney's Taronga Zoo.

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