Meghan Markle sparks 'push present' rumors by flashing new ring

Meghan Markle sparks 'push present' rumors by flashing new ring

Nearly instantly, the Duchess of Cambridge scooped up her daughter and comforted her until she stopped crying.

The white shirt with blue embroidery and bright blue shorts combo was first seen on Prince Harry in 1986.

It's not the first time that Kate and William have made a loving nod to tradition and family by dressing their children in items from the royal archive.

The new mom stepped out for her first royal event since giving birth to her and Prince Harry's first child together, baby Archie, last month.

Each year, the royal family participates in the Trooping the Colour to mark the Queen's birthday.

Trooping the Colour originated from traditional preparations for battle and has commemorated the birthday of the sovereign for more than 250 years.

The source said: "It was important to her (the Duchess of Sussex) to be at Trooping today out of respect to the Queen".

Extended members of the royal family stood on the palace's front balcony to watch the Royal Air Force fly by. After Princess Charlotte's birth, William gifted her green amethyst and diamond earrings; after Prince George was born, he gave her a "circular pendant inscribed with their firstborn's full name, George Alexander Louis".

Prince William at his brother Prince Harry's christening in 1984.

Royal fans were desperate to see the young royal attend his first public event, following sweet pictures released at Kate's Chelsea Flower Show garden.

Apart from an appearance when the couple introduced newborn Archie to the world days after his birth, Markle and her son have remained out of the public eye, according to Buzzfeed. Meghan and Harry's 1-month-old son, however, was not in attendance for the family affair.

Markle was absent from events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings last week and from the U.S. State Visit Banquet at Buckingham Palace, held in honor of President Donald Trump.