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Spotted! Meghan Markle Seen Through Buckingham Palace Window at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

This just in: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been spotted at Buckingham Palace.

The sighting occurred during the Horse Guards Parade, which is one of many events celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. Although the royal couple didn’t take balcony photos during the monarch’s Trooping the Colour birthday celebration, they were seen reuniting with family members through a palace window.

As Hello! magazine points out, Prince Harry and Markle were spotted inside the Major General’s Office (AKA Wellington’s Office) with Queen Elizabeth’s great-grandchildren, Savannah Phillips, Isla Phillips, Mia Tindall and Lena Tindall. Sadly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn’t bring their two children: Archie and Lilibet.

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Markle is featured in most of the photos (which can be seen here). The kids seem captivated by the duchess’s presence, gathering around the window and then turning to Markle, who playfully put her hand over her mouth.

The Duchess of Sussex wore a stunning off-the-shoulder navy-blue dress, which featured cap sleeves and flattering wrap details. She completed the look with a large hat by Stephen Jones and flashy drop earrings. The duchess styled her hair in her signature beachy waves.

Prince Harry and Markle watched the parade from inside Buckingham Palace, unlike other members of the royal family. Perhaps they were concerned about the event’s safety protocol. Or maybe they wanted to spend more time with the kids behind closed doors.

Either way, we’re thrilled they traveled across the pond to honor Queen Elizabeth during this special time.

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