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Every Photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's First Post-Wedding Appearance

The newly-minted Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back to work! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first post-wedding appearance in London today. The newlyweds attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace to celebrate Prince Charles's various patronages and military affiliations in honor of his 70th birthday.

See every photo from the event here:

THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF SUSSEX EN ROUTE TO THE PARTY


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The royals left their home in Kensington Palace to head to Buckingham Palace, where the garden party was held. Meghan's hair was in an elegant low bun, similar to her wedding day hairstyle.

THE NEWLYWEDS ARRIVE AT THE GARDEN PARTY


Harry and Meghan were introduced as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for the first time upon entering the party.

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PRINCE CHARLES AND CAMILLA POSE WITH MEGHAN


This marks Meghan's first appearance as the Duchess of Sussex. We've got even more information on her new title here.

A CLOSE-UP SHOT OF MEGHAN'S FULL ENSEMBLE


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The Duchess wore a blush dress by Goat with a hat by Philip Treacy. For even more details on her dress (and how to purchase it for yourself!), click here.

AND THE DUCHESS ACCESSORIZED


She wore a small pair of diamond earrings with a diamond bracelet and a pale pink silk clutch. Meghan's new wedding band was also on display, alongside her gorgeous engagement ring.

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PRINCE HARRY SPOKE AT THE EVENT


He paid tribute to his father's charity work in a touching speech.

CHARLES, CAMILLA, AND MEGHAN REACT TO PRINCE HARRY'S BEE INCIDENT


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Prince Harry interrupted his speech when a bumblebee flew too close to him, and the rest of the royals couldn't help but laugh.

MEGHAN AND HER NEW MOTHER-IN-LAW SHARE A SMILE


Camilla chose a spring-inspired ensemble for the occasion, wearing a bright green dress and matching jacket.

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MEGHAN GETS ALONG WITH HER NEW IN-LAWS


Just a few days prior, Prince Charles walked Meghan down the aisle at her wedding to Prince Harry.

THE DUCHESS CLAPS AFTER HARRY'S SPEECH


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In addition to paying tribute to his father's charity work, Harry took a moment to remember and reflect on the Manchester attack, which took place exactly one year prior.

HARRY HELPED HIS NEW WIFE DOWN THE STAIRS


THE NEWLYWEDS WERE BEAMING AT THEIR FIRST APPEARANCE


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A SWEET MOMENT BETWEEN THE COUPLE


Take a look at even more of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's sweetest moments here.

HARRY AND MEGHAN MINGLED WITH GUESTS


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According to royal reporter Richard Palmer, there were an estimated 6,000 people at the garden party.

THE CROWD EAGERLY SNAPPED PHOTOS OF THE NEWLYWEDS


Meghan and Harry sweetly walked arm and arm around the party.

CAMILLA AND MEGHAN SHARE ANOTHER MOMENT


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THE ROYALS TAKE A GROUP PHOTO


Charles, Camilla, Meghan, and Harry pose for a group photo with guests at the garden party. The event honored Charles's many patronages.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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