Meghan and Harry Help Honor Royal Air Force

Jul 12, 2018, 21:28
Meghan and Harry Help Honor Royal Air Force

From her Jackie-O inspired Gainsbourg dress and pillbox hat at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's May royal wedding to the scene-stealing fascinator and Vivienne Westwood outfit worn to Kate and William's 2011 nuptials, Princess Eugenie loves to experiment with her style. For the occasion, Kate wore an Alexander McQueen dress with a structured shoulder detail and a dramatic Jane Taylor headpiece fit for a princess.

The Queen, who didn't attend the christening of Prince Louis, appeared to be in high spirits at the RAF celebration.

Some royal fans had expected to see Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex among the godparents, after she married William's younger brother, Prince Harry, in May, but she has not been included among the six. The flypast was watched by the Queen and other members of the Royal Family from the palace balcony.

Meghan's dress is a bespoke Dior number and is a similar design to the wedding dress she wore to marry Prince Harry.

DOMINIC LIPINSKI/PA WIRE/PA IMAGES The family at Prince Louis' christening on July 9.

The RAF, which is the first-ever independent air force, split from the British Army and Royal Navy in April 1918.

Hundreds of incredible images poured in following the stunning display, which was watched from the balcony by the Royal Family.

Both the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge completed their ensembles with a pair of nude, pointed court shoes.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth arrives at Westminster Abbey for a service to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force (RAF), in central London, Britain July 10, 2018.

Later today, Meghan and Harry will fly to Dublin where they'll spend the next two days.

The celebrations Tuesday marked the second event in a busy week for Britain's royals, following Monday's christening and ahead of the Queen's meeting with US President Donald Trump at Windsor Castle on Friday.

It played a key role in defending the skies of Britain during WWII, when the queen was still a teen and her father, King George VI, was on the throne.

The flypast drew thousands of spectators, passing over the site of the 2012 Olympic Games, and the streets of Central London before reaching The Mall, the ceremonial avenue leading up to Buckingham Palace.