The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who Wednesday in May, will spend two days in Ireland.
She took the royal salute at the ceremony as the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex watched nearby.
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Senior members of the Royal family then moved to the balcony at Buckinham Palace to view a flypast of the largest concentration of military aircraft in the skies of London. Later, Meghan and Harry will head to Dublin to begin their two-day whirlwind trip of Ireland.
She wore her tresses in an elegant side bun, which celebrity hair stylist Jason Collier says is a "sleeker and more elegant" take on what is fast becoming her signature look.
Prince Harry's wife arrived in Ireland in a green top and matching skirt from Givenchy, as she paid tribute to Ireland.
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The RAF, described as the world's first independent air force, was founded on April 1, 1918 as an armed force independent of the British Army and the Royal Navy. They're the COOL Duke and Duchess of Sussex-who continue to defy royal protocol in understated, endearing ways.
A total of 17 royals flanked the Queen on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the RAF celebrations.
They will meet Irish President Michael D. Higgins before visiting an Irish emigration museum, a technology startup hub and Trinity College, Ireland's oldest university.
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