Meghan Markle, who’s currently on maternity leave, could be making a special appearance at an official event very soon - but will baby Archie be there with her?
The new mum is officially on a break from her royal duties after welcoming little Archie a few weeks ago.
Usually royal maternity leaves last around six months, but she might be making an exception for a very special event.
Royal experts are expecting Meghan to be by Harry’s side at the Trooping of the Colour, the Queen’s official birthday celebrations.
This would be her second appearance at the event, after she made her debut in a gorgeous blush dress last year, just weeks after officially joining the royal family.
Meghan’s appearance would follow in the steps of Kate, who has never missed the ceremony since her first appearance in 2011 – after she married Prince William.
She attended after giving birth to Princess Charlotte, back in 2015, and did the same last year while she was on maternity leave, after giving birth to Prince Louis, in what was her second official event during her time off.
The Duchess of Cambridge also attended Harry and Meghan’s wedding, just a few weeks after giving birth.
But while we bet royal fans everywhere are desperate to catch a glimpse of baby Archie, it’s unlikely Harry and Meghan would bring the one-month-old baby.
In fact, George and Charlotte both only made their debut after turning one-year-old. Little Louis sat this one out last year, but is expected to make his balcony debut this year – how exciting!
Last year, George and cousin Savannah delighted fans with their hilarious antics – including the moment when she covered his mouth just like Harry did to Beatrice many years ago – so we can’t wait to see what they get up to this year…
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