"He gives his views on what he thinks looks best, rather than helping her follow Royal protocol on hemlines or anything like that".
He is also the son of H.R.H the Prince of Wales, who handed us our instruments of Independence in 1970 and the grandson of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who we have had the pleasure of welcoming to Fiji on three separate occasions - in 1953, 1963 and 1982. According to the official royal website, "over 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare to mark The Queen's official birthday".
Just like Kanye West doles out the fashion advice to Kim Kardashian, Prince Harry apparently guides Meghan Markle when it comes to her wardrobe. Kate has attended since 2011 and has always worn an outfit that covers her shoulder and sleeves that go past her elbows. And Harry's mother Diana, another royal renegade, still always wore a long sleeve for her Trooping the Colours.
In fact, it's been reported that the queen is very fond of Harry and is particularly keen on providing a guiding hand to his new non-British wife, People reported.
At one point during the ceremony, the entire royal family stands before their public on a grand balcony.
"She's got a wonderful sister-in-law for this, and of course the Queen, because the Queen is the ideal member of the family to follow". A fan captured an adorable moment in which Markle nervously asked her husband to confirm that it was time to curtsy. Yes, there is a pecking order.