The Duchessof Sussexlooked radiant in a navy ensemble byGivenchydesigner Clare Waight Keller as she arrived atBuckingham Palacein a carriage withtheDuke of Sussex,theDuchess of CambridgeandCamilla,Duchess of Cornwall, but all eyes were on Meghan's hands.
The Duchessshed her gloves to reveal a sparklingnew ringwhich she wore in addition to herengagement ringandwedding band.
WATCH this video to see Meghan, Harry, Kate and Camilla arrive at Buckingham Palace!
The newpiece of jewelry- a silver pavé-setdiamond ring, according toVogue.com.au- is thought to be aneternity ringwhich symbolises commitment and eternal love.
People Magazine confirmed the neweternity bandwas a present from herhusband Prince Harry, though it is not clear whether it was intended as afirst weddinganniversary giftor a "push present" for theirfirst childArchie.
The Dukechose a diamond from Botswana forAmerican-born Meghan'sengagement ring, flanked by two smaller diamonds from his late motherPrincess Diana's jewellery collection.
But with all eyes on little Louis,fans were disappointedby TheirRoyal HighnessesH and M's appearance atBuckingham Palace.
The Dukeand Duchess stood in the rear corner of the balcony for the Red Arrow flypast, a stark contrast to last year's celebrations when the newlyweds were seen front and centre smiling to the crowds.
With questions swirling about whether the Sussexes are being sidelined by senior royals, the truth could be more simple than that with royal experts pointing out there is a pecking order at official royal gatherings.
Queen Elizabethtakes centre stage, with seniorBritishroyals filling in spaces around her, including future kings likePrince Charles,Prince WilliamandPrince George.
Alice MurphyAlice Murphy is a freelance journalist and self-professed news addict. Originally from Ireland, Alice is on a mission to visit every country in the world (telling stories along the way). She is most commonly found eating sushi, drinking strong coffee and reading horoscopes.
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