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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made their debut at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and were photographed inside Horse Guard's parade playing with their nieces and nephews.
Meghan wearing a white hat cooed and played with young Savannah Phillips and Mia Tindall before moving toward her husband.
Prince Harry was dressed in black tie and chatted amicably to members of the Royal family behind.
The couple has not visited the UK together since 2020 when they quit as members of the Royal Family.
As they are no longer working members of the firm, Harry and Meghan were excluded from the main balcony wave at Buckingham Palace.
Instead, they remained at Horseguards while Prince Charles and Prince William led the parade on horseback.
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Rather than watch the Trooping the Colour parade from a balcony at Horse Guards Parade, the couple instead had to watch the ceremony from a window inside.
Following the parade, it is expected that senior members of the Royal Family will attend a lunch in the palace at the culmination of the Flypast.
However, Harry and Meghan are not thought to be invited and will instead return home.
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