Prince Harry and Meghan attend Queen's birthday parade with other royals
in their first joint public appearance with the royal family since they quit as working royals two years ago.
The couple watched the Trooping the Colour event with other royals from the Major General's office near Horse Guards parade, a spokesperson for the couple
But Harry and Meghan did not join other royals for the traditional balcony appearance following the parade
the Queen decided last month that only royals carrying out official duties would be included.
Prince Andrew, whose reputation has been tarnished by a civil US sexual abuse lawsuit which he settled, was absent.
The Sussexes have flown to the UK from their home in California for the Queen's jubilee events, which mark her 70th year on the throne.
Their two children, Archie and Lilibet, have accompanied them on the trip