Harry and Meghan Markle.
During Kate's Trooping the Colour debut in 2011, she stood in the front, but to the far left of the balcony.
The Royal Train is reportedly only used by the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, according to Grant Harold, the former royal butler.
Meghans blush pink ensemble also resembled a similar outfit worn by late Princess Diana at a previous Trooping The Colour celebration.
Meghan Markle is now officially part of The Royal Foundation, the main royal charity previously set up for Prince William, Kate Middleton and Meghan's husband, Prince Harry, to carry out their philanthropic work. However, numerous headlines from the event focused on questions of whether the American-born duchess broke royal protocol by wearing an ensemble with an off-the-shoulder necklines that showed some skin.
However, as stunning as she looked, netizens were not amused.
It was the first time Meghan and her husband appeared publicly following their honeymoon in Canada.
'Meghan is always asking Harry's opinion.
So what do YOU think, Perezcious readers? In an effort to not defy protocol too much, Prince Harry serves as a guiding hand for his wife. To that end, Meghan will join the queen on a royal visit this week to a city outside London.
It would be safe to say that since becoming a member of one of the most loved and famous families in the world (no, not the Kardashians), Meghan Markle has become a family favourite.
While there's a deeper implication to the remark - which suggests that joining the royal family lacks "joy" - the internet is focused on having a field day with McCartney's reference to the duchess's "human" side. But before it all goes down, those on the balcony have to pay their respects to the Queen - with curtsies from the women and bows from the men.