Adorable Prince Louis waves at planes during Trooping the Colour flypast

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex aren't thought to have hired a royal nanny, with the couple reportedly planning to remain "hands on" with Archie until as long as they can, before Meghan needs to get fully back to her royal responsibilities later this year.

MEGHAN Markle beamed as she joined Kate Middleton and other royals for a family photo during Trooping the Colour today in her first outing since Archie's birth.

Over 1400 parading soldiers, nearly 300 horses and 400 musicians took part in the event.

Markle's appearance at the event, however, doesn't mean she's ready to end her maternity leave and resume her royal duties.

Prince Louis stole the hearts of the nation as waved to the crowds on his first royal engagement.

We briefly saw her earlier this month when she introduced her son to the world, but she's been hiding out at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor ever since.

The event featured around 1,400 servicemen in total and hundreds of Guardsmen were lined up on the parade ground waiting to be inspected by the Queen. The Prince of Wales is the royal colonel of the Welsh Guards; Anne, Princess Royal, is colonel of the Blues and Royals; William is colonel of the Irish Guards and Prince Andrew, Duke of York, is colonel of the Grenadier Guards.

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The new mom arrived in a horse-drawn carriage wearing a navy Givenchy coat and a matching fascinator by Noel Stewart.

While also taking part was the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery, who later fired a 41-gun salute in Green Park to mark the Queen's official birthday.

In a long-awaited and brief return to public life the Duchess of Sussex delighted fans appearing at Trooping the Colour.

The Queen's official birthday has been marked with the annual Trooping the Colour parade attended by thousands of spectators in Horse Guards Parade in Whitehall in London.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank, Princess Beatrice and the Duke of Kent also attended the celebration.

Prince Louis joined his brother and sister Prince George and Princess Charlotte on the Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping the Colour.

This is Meghan's second Trooping of Colours ceremony, with her first being shortly after her marriage a year ago.