During the annual celebration, which honours Queen Elizabeth's birthday, the newest royal arrived to Buckingham Palace alongside her husband, Prince Harry.
During Kate's Trooping the Colour debut in 2011, she stood in the front, but to the far left of the balcony.
The Duchess of Sussex was, understandably, a little bit apprehensive on the day.
Despite the caption saying Meghan asked 'do it?', we reckon it looks more like she's saying the former.
This is true. It's not a Royal Family balcony appearance without Prince George, Princess Charlotte and co.'s hilarious facial expressions.
It's not unusual for the network to submit major cast members for consideration, according to ET Canada, and the Supporting Actress category is definitely a competitive one (think This Is Us star Chrissy Metz, last year's victor Anne Dowd of The Handmaid's Tale, Stranger Things standout Millie Bobbie Brown and Maisie Williams for Game of Thrones.) The royal's close friend Sarah Rafferty is also being considered for the category. "There was no slight intended, but William being the older, more senior brother would go out first with his wife".
"[Meghan] was still in a good position", adds Little.
She really wants his views, ' a source told Daily Mail. "Harry, Camilla, Kate, along with [Prince] Charles, whom she's developed a particularly close bond [with], have all been doing what they can to make sure Meghan feels welcomed and loved".
One of the main reasons he does this, according to the report, is because Meghan - as an American and someone who is not of royal blood - isn't familiar with the customs and the protocol that comes with Duchess-forward fashion. As usual, they also looked adorable for this major royal family photo op, with their 7-year-old cousin Savannah Phillips nearly stealing the show by pretending to conduct the orchestra or by putting her hand over George's mouth.