Meghan Markle is the spitting image of her mother Doria Ragland as she makes first public appearance after giving birth
The Duchess of Sussex, who has been on maternity leave since giving birth to baby boy Archie on May 6, made her first official public appearance on Saturday
Like mother, like daughter!
Meghan Markle delighted her fans with a surprise appearance at Trooping The Colour ceremony alongside Prince Harry on Saturday and her fans couldn't help talk about how much the Duchess resembled her mother Doria Ragland.
The Duchess of Sussex, who has been on maternity leave since giving birth to baby boy Archie on May 6, made her first official public appearance on Saturday to attend the birthday celebrations for the Queen.
And while her fans were thrilled to see the Duchess in good health and shape, a few were bowled over by her striking resemblance to her mother.
On Saturday, Meghan and Harry travelled through the streets of London in a horse-drawn carriage as spectators eagerly snapped photos.
Posting side-by-side photos of the Duchess who stunned in bespoke pieces by Givenchy next to images of her mother, fans gushed over their likeness.
"[Meghan Markle] Looks so much like her beautiful mother," one fan shared. "Oh my goodness, Meghan you look just like your mum in this picture!! very beautiful," another said. A third social media user added, "She looks very much like her mother's twin in this photo."
However, even though the Duchess managed to make an official return to the public eye, a royal source has revealed to Vanity Fair that the Duchess is unlikely to return to work full time until autumn. The duration of her maternity leave has not yet been revealed to the public.
Before Trooping The Colour, Meghan had last been seen at a photocall at Windsor Castle shortly after Archie's birth.
However, she was recently slammed by UK talk show host Piers Morgan for not attending royal events during US President Donald Trump’s UK visit citing maternity leave.
He said her appearance at the Trooping of the Colour ceremony on Saturday was “unacceptable”.
“I don’t think her absence from Trump’s visit had anything to do with her baby, and everything to do with her dislike of her President. And that, I’m afraid, is unacceptable," Morgan wrote.
“So, I’m sorry, but bunking off at home is simply not an option for ANY senior member of the Royal Family. And we all know why she did it—she hates Trump with a passion, and views him, as she once said on TV, as a ‘divisive misogynist’,” Morgan cried.