Beginning the special day of events, members of the royal family including the Queen, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a service at Westminster Abbey.
This, her first military post as a member of the Royal Family, was given to her in December 2015 upon Prince Philip relinquishing the position and passing it over to her.
The display was watched by the Royal family and the Prime Minister.
Something about the not-quite-perfect hair 'do made Meghan more approachable-one of us, even. Kate Middleton went with an icy blue dress by her go-to designer, Alexander McQueen, and a hat by Sean Barrett.
Leaving the church with her family after the christening, the three-year-old looked up at the waiting paparazzi and told them that they weren't invited to the reception at Clarence House.
The third child of Prince William and wife Kate was christened on Monday (Tuesday NZ Time) at a royal chapel.
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A service at Westminster Abbey was followed by a spectacular flypast over Buckingham Palace that saw around 100 aircraft taking part.
Her majesty the Queen was also in attendance dressed as stylishly as she always does in strong bold colours. The Duchess of Cambridge looked lovely in a white dress holding Prince Louis, who was swathed in the same historic gown his siblings wore for their christening ceremonies.
Eagle-eyed watchers have noted that Meghan, who was wearing a black Dior dress with bateau neckline, was missing a brooch in her outfit.