The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony today, as is traditional for the annual celebration.
Earlier in the day, they rode out together in a horse and carriage as part of the official birthday celebrations today.
Meghan wore a revealing off the shoulder nude gown which bared her shoulders, collarbone and chest.
The dress is a bespoke design made specifically for Meghan by Venezuelan fashion designer Carolina Herrera. A similar off the shoulder gown by the designer on Farfetch costs £3,402.
The designer is a favourite of American First Ladies such as Melania Trump, Jacqueline Onassis and Michelle Obama.
The neckline was similar to the bateau neckline of her wedding dress, which showed off her collarbone and neck.
However, this neckline was a little more revealing, and the sleeves fell off Meghan’s shoulders as she smiled at crowds.
The newest member of the royal family suited the nude colour of the dress thanks to a deep tan.
The outfit had a more formal, conservative touch of large matching nude buttons at the side.
She paired it with a hat worn tilted to the side which was design by famous milliner Philip Treacy.
Her long, dark hair was worn loose and fell over her shoulders as the newlywed couple rode together among crowds.
The style was worn swept to one side to suit the hat she wore atop of her head.
She opted for barely there makeup, with just a hint of pale nude lipstick and dark eyeliner.
She also wore a number of silver rings in her fingers, in addition to her engagement and wedding ring.
This is Meghan’s second appearance as a royal since her wedding to Prince Harry.
Her first was when Meghan appeared at Prince Charles’ birthday garden party on May 22, where she wore a cream dress.
Meghan’s nude-coloured Goat dress, £590, had romantic, sheer arms with a raw, unfinished hem.
The rest of the dress, named the Flavia, was quite simple, and came down passed her knees.
She teamed this with the same wide brimmed hat by royal favourite Philip Treacy, which she wore to the side.