Prince Harry and Meghan Markle used their new Instagram account @SussexRoyal to send a sweet birthday message to the Queen on her ninety-third birthday on Sunday. The parents to be posted s sequence of photos to celebrate the monarch's big day, starting with an old black and white picture of the Queen from when she was young. Following were two adorable photos of Prince Harry as a young boy, one of the Queen smiling at Prince Harry at his passing out of Sandhurst parade in 2006, as well as two photos of the Queen and Meghan together.
The Queen surprised everyone with a solo outing with Meghan Markle in June last year, just a month after Meghan married Prince Harry, and the Queen and her newest granddaughter-in-law were seen giggling together at the opening of Mersey Gateway Bridge and Chester's Storyhouse Theatre in Cheshire. Kate Middleton only had her first solo outing with the Queen in March this year, after having been married to Prince William for eight years. The royal duo was invited to King's College London, to open Bush House.
As reported by ET Online, Prince Harry joined the royal family for Easter service at St. George's Chapel on the Queen's birthday, which is where he and Meghan got married almost a year ago. Meghan, who is due any day now, was not in attendance, but Prince Harry had the company of his brother Prince William, Kate Middleton, and of course, the Queen.
There were some people jokingly worrying that Meghan would give birth precisely on the Queen's birthday, but it seems as if the baby was not planning on stealing the Queen's thunder after all. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have recently moved into their new home, Frogmore Cottage, which they have been busy renovating and preparing for their baby's arrival for months now.
Since Meghan's due date is closing in, her mother, Doria Ragland, was spotted arriving in England the other day to be by Meghan's side as she welcomes her first child. Prince Harry and Meghan, along with everyone else, are so excited about their baby and starting their own little family.