Meghan Markle's first Trooping the Colour was spectacular.
From her custom Carolina Herrera off-the-shoulder dress that broke with tradition, to her sweet moments with the royal family, Meghan proved that she's fitting in perfectly since the royal wedding.
But according to The Sun, Prince Harry had to reassure Meghan Markle when she revealed to him that she was nervous on Buckingham Palace's balcony for the first time, with all of the royal family. A lipreader revealed to MirrorOnline (via The Sun)exactly what Meghan and Harry were chatting about as they waited for the fly-past by the RAF's Red Arrows.
According to the publication's "lip-reading expert," Prince Harry turned to his wife and simply asked her, "Okay?" Meghan allegedly replied, "Yeah, are you?" It was after this exchange, that the Duchess of Sussex apparently told the Duke that she was "nervous!" although she managed to disguise this well.
Apparently, Prince Harry then attempted to reassure his wife, by revealing what she could expect in the coming moments, as they watched from the balcony. The MirrorOnline's lipreader believes that Prince Harry explained, "Then there's the fly-past and then we all look up to the sky," and thank goodness he did, right?
Despite her apparent nerves, the Duchess of Sussex looked completely calm throughout the Queen's official birthday celebrations, chatting away to her father-in-law, Prince Charles, on the balcony, and smiling at Kate Middleton:
The Sun also reported that "fashion tradition usually dictates that royal women do not wear off-shoulder or other more revealing styles," so Meghan broke royal protocolwith her Trooping the Colour dress. However, it's worth noting that Meghan also rocked an off-the-shoulder look on her wedding day, with her Givenchy gown.