The recently married couple attended the official celebration of the British Monarch’s birthday.
They were later pictures on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared on the iconic balcony with the likes of Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles.
Meghan Markle at the Trooping the Colour looked beautiful, so how much did her total look cost?
The former-actress opted for a dress by renowned designer, known for her impeccable sense of personal style.
From Venezuela, the 79-year-old has dressed Jacqueline Onassis, Laura Bush, Michelle Obama, and Melania Trump.
Meghan’s pink off-the-shoulder look was bespoke, but a similar off the shoulder gown by the designer on Farfetch costs £3,402.
The Duchess of Sussex’s hat was also bespoke.
A modified version of the slice hat by Philip Treacy had the rosettes removed.
The hat sells for £1,185 online from the brand.
Meghan bag matched her dress, it was a bespoke version of the Carolina Herrera Metropolitan Insignia, which sells for £790.
The former-actress, who lived in Canada while filming suits, wore some of her favourite jewellery from a Canadian brand.
She wore the Les Plaisirs de Birks Yellow Gold and Opal Earrings, worth £850.
Aside from her stunning engagement ring Meghan also added a few more trinkets to her fingers.
She wore the Birks Rose Gold and Diamond Snowflake Ring £2869.63 and the Birks Stackable Rose Gold Bee Chic Ring £1720.63.
When totalling up the cost of Meghan’s garments, the outfit in total costs almost £11,000 at £10,817.26 – a price tag fit for a duchess.
Meghan Markle stood out from the Queen, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles as she was the only one who did not wear blue.
While there is no official rule governing what colours royals must wear at the Trooping the Colour parade, Meghan certainly stands out from the other royals.
The Duchess of Sussex’s dress is a similar pale colour to the nude dress Meghan wore to Prince Charles’ birthday garden party.