How Meghan Markle dared to break protocol at Queen's birthday parade

The Duchess of Sussex may have given up her career as an actress when she officially became part of the royal family, but the former Suits star may just enjoy one last hurrah from her performing days - since it's been revealed that she has been put forward for Emmy award consideration, according to Entertainment Tonight. Over the weekend, Meghan Markle joined many of her new in-laws at Trooping the Colour, Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday celebration, and has since been brutally dragged on the Internet by people claiming that her outfit was "inappropriate".

During the recent Trooping the Colour ceremony, Meghan got some pointers from husband Prince Harry.

The British designer also dressed high-profile guests including Amal Clooney and Oprah Winfrey for the reception, saying she was surprised and "thrilled, obviously" by the positive response she had received on the day.

Meghan opted for a light pink off-shoulder dress by Carolina Herrera.

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Meghan Markle stood a little behind Kate Middleton.

While the neckline was modest, the backless number allowed Meghan to show off her toned shoulders and back, while the figure-hugging gown featured a dramatic fluted skirt. Parisa Fitz-Henley, who played Meghan in Lifetime's Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, also popped up on the ballot for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. "He gives his views on what he thinks looks best, rather than helping her follow Royal protocol on hemlines or anything like that", a source told the Daily Mail recently. In a video posted on Instagram, you can see her ask Prince Harry, "Do it?"

She paired her dress with a Philip Treacy hat.

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