Duchess Meghan is back and more radiant than ever

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Duchess Meghan has returned! Albeit just to celebrate her grandmother-in-law’s (Queen Elizabeth’s) birthday celebration. Her Majesty the Queen turned 93 in all actuality on the 21st of April. However, her birthday’s officially celebrated on the second Saturday in June. It coincides with Trooping the Colour, which has marked the official birthday of the British Sovereign for over 260 years.

On June 8th, we saw the first return of the Duchess of Sussex since celebrating the birth of their son with the world. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born on the 6th of May and we saw him publicly on the 8th. Exactly one month later we saw her again.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex rode with the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge, traveling The Mall together in one of the carriages.

The Duchess of Sussex looking radiantly stunning. Appearing ageless and timeless most likely due to taking care of her body, soul, and mind remarkably well. Although the carriage and balcony were brief moments fans around the world rejoiced in seeing her return.

The day was filled with Meghan smiling and being in joy with her husband. Her husband, the Duke of Sussex couldn’t seem to get enough of her beauty and conversation. She seemed to be at ease with all around her, chatting with her sister and mother in law on the carriage ride up. As well a sweet moment with her nephew, Prince George on the balcony. Meghan was also seen smiling and waving at the large crowds of well-wishers.

Meghan, seen wearing a third ring, “delicate pavé-set band” along with her wedding and engagement ring. It would be pure speculation as to what it represents, maybe a push present? She wore a Givenchy ensemble, designed by Clare Waight Keller. Claire was the same designer who designed Meghan’s iconic wedding dress.

As for as we know the Duchess is still on maternity leave and no word of any engagements. It was a much-needed injection of zephyr, seeing the Princess of the United Kingdom once again.

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