In a similar fashion to last year's ceremony, Meghan travelled in the procession alongside the Duke of Sussex in one of the royal carriages. An Alexander McQueen-clad Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall, who wore Bruce Oldfield, sat opposite the new parents.
The new parents joined the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Cornwall at Trooping the Colour 2019
Giving us all a lesson in how to achieve one-tone dressing - this season's most talked about styling trick - matching gloves, a quilted Givenchy purse and Noel Stewart headpiece finished the daytime get-up.
The Duchess of Sussex could be seen holding a matching Givenchy clutch
The royal wore a similar ensemble, also by Givenchy, at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding in October 2018. Meanwhile, Prince Harry dressed in his full Blues and Royals uniform. Unlike his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, he does not ride on horseback during the parade.
The royal wore a similar ensemble at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's October 2018 nuptials
The 2018 parade famously marked the Duchess of Sussex's first Buckingham Palace appearance and took place just days after the newlyweds' rumoured honeymoon.
The former actress chose a pink off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera skirt suit for the prestigious event with a co-ordinating Philip Treacy hat to finish - the perfect regal touch.
Last year, the Duchess of Sussex chose an off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera skirt suit
Trooping the Colour marks the Queen's 93rd birthday, as senior members of the royal family gather on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the RAF flypast.