Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended their first royal engagement together when they welcomed baby Archie as they helped celebrate the Queen’s official birthday during the annual Trooping the Color parade.
The queen was accompanied by members of the royal family and thousands of spectators to watch the screening at Horse Guards Parade, in Whitehall, on Saturday, June 8.
The Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were also present.
The queen went along The Mall to Horse Guards who paraded in the Sovereign Escort of the Household Cavalry.
The Trooping the Color is the public celebration of the birthday of the monarch since 1748, when King Edward VII decided that he did not want his official birthday in November when it was too cold.
This year’s ceremony consisted of more than 1,400 soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians from ten bands.
It is often referred to as one of the most appreciated military displays in the world.
The Grenadier Guards set up a brilliant screen and a salute of 41 soldiers was fired at Green Park to celebrate the occasion.
A spectacular flight time rose over London as part of the Trooping the Color celebration for Queen Elizabeth‘s 93rd birthday.
The famous Red Arrows were accompanied by 11 other types of aircraft to mark the special occasion on Saturday afternoon, 8 June.
RAF Hurricane, Shadow and a Typhoon are just some of the exciting planes that flew over Buckingham Palace at 1 p.m. for an epic screen.
Although the queen was actually born on April 21, she can also celebrate a public birthday every year on the second Saturday of the month.