We couldn't help but feel a little disappointed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle couldn't give us another iconic Buckingham Palace balcony kiss on the day of the royal wedding, but we cut them some slack: their wedding took place a while away, after all.
However, royal fans won't have to wait long for another balcony photo opp starring the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex: the newlyweds are set to make their debut on that most famous platform this Saturday, as part of the annual Trooping the Colour celebrations.
Meghan and Harry will join other members of the royal family on the famous balcony, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, after the traditional military parade that marks the Queen's official birthday every June.
The family then gathers to watch a special fly-past by the Royal Air Force (it gets pretty noisy, which is why you might sometimes see younger generations - looking at you, Prince George - putting their hands over their ears).
The Trooping the Colour celebrations will mark the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first public appearance since their honeymoon.
The destination of their trip has not yet been confirmed: while initial reports suggested that the couple had chosen the Hoanib Valley camp in Namibia, more recent intel suggested that they had set their sights on Canada, and it's thought that the newlyweds may have switched locations at the last minute for security and privacy reasons.
Rather than jetting off immediately after their wedding, Harry and Meghan decided to briefly postpone their trip in order to attend a Buckingham Palace garden party marking Prince Charles' 70th birthday.
And as for the question of whether the other new addition to the royal family, Prince Louis of Cambridge, will be making his debut on the balcony this Saturday? The answer is most probably a 'no'.
Due to the noise of the fly-over, the Trooping the Colour can be an overwhelming affair for very young children: neither Prince George nor Princess Charlotte attended until they'd at least reached their first birthday, so you'll have to wait until next year...