Harry and Meghan visit first royal event since wedding for Prince Charles' 70th

22 May 2018, 16:47 | Updated: 23 May 2018, 09:56

The Duke and Duchess have visited Buckingham Palace for the first royal event as a married couple today (May 22).

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived at the palace for a garden party as part of Prince Charles' 70th birthday celebrations.

Don't worry, this hasn't interrupted their honeymoon, as they haven't set off yet. Details about the location and date of the trip have yet to be revealed.

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Harry and Meghan at Charles' birthday celebrations

The garden party is being held ahead of Charles' actual 70th birthday in November, and celebrates the future king's patronages and military affiliations.

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were also in attendance, along with over 6,000 people from the charities he supports.

Harry and Meghan at Charles' birthday celebrations

Meghan Markle at Charles' birthday celebrations

Meanwhile, emergency service workers on the night of the Manchester Arena attack were also invited, one year to the day.

Harry and Meghan unveiled official photographs from their wedding yesterday, including a photo with their young bridesmaids and page boys.

The couple are said to have danced to a Whitney Houston classic for their first dance, while Sir Elton John performed a couple of hits earlier in the day.