Meghan’s big day may be behind her, but there’ll be little rest for Prince Harry‘s new wife – who is starting her official royal duties just days after the wedding.
Unlike previous royal couples – including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – Harry and Meghan have put their honeymoon on hold in order to hit the ground running when it comes to their duties.
The garden party on Tuesday, hosted by the Queen, will see guests from over 400 charities that the Prince of Wales is patron of.
The engagement will be Meghan’s first appearance at one of Her Majesty’s annual garden parties at Buckingham Palace.
It is also anticipated that Meghan will join the Queen at the Chelsea Flower Show this month.
Meanwhile, the newlyweds will undertake a couple of short overseas visits before the start of the summer, including a two-day visit to Dublin.
Harry is yet to visit Ireland but Meghan spent time in the country as an ambassador for the One Young World summit in 2014.
Meghan is also expected to hit the ground running when it comes to her charity work, becoming the fourth patron of the Royal Foundation set up by William, Harry and Kate.