Along with co-stars Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht, Rick Hoffman, Sarah Rafferty and Gina Torres, Parisa Fitz-Henley, who you may remember as the actress who played Markle in the Lifetime movie Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, has also been submitted for consideration.
The Duchess of Sussex opted for a pale pink off-the-shoulder dress by Carolina Herrera with a matching hat by Philip Treacy.
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"I do feel her choice of an off the shoulder dress was pushing it for HRH Queen Elizabeth's Birthday celebration", wrote another on social media.
Meghan and the Queen are set to take on three official engagements when the train arrives in Cheshire in the morning.
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The dress, described by Kensington Palace on the day as a "bespoke lily-white, high neck gown made of silk crepe", was seen around the world as the newlywed Duchess and her husband drove to their evening reception.
"She will learn from the other members of the royal family, which will be following them round, and copying the way they do things", former butler Grant Harrold told Yahoo UK.
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Although she did not take the top spot, according to a palace source, the order of appearance on the balcony is not a hard-and-fast rule, but rather, a matter of etiquette and deference. Little says that this is due to the Royals standing in order of their rank.