Published: Mon, June 18, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

UK's Queen Elizabeth takes Meghan by train on first solo royal trip

UK's Queen Elizabeth takes Meghan by train on first solo royal trip

Anyway, Meghan chose to wear Givenchy for their big day out which is no major surprise really, given that the fashion house's creative director Claire Waight-Keller also designed Meghan's first wedding dress.

In Cheshire royals arrived by train, and the output of the W/d of them was already waiting for the numerous journalists who commented on the remarkably attractive and elegant outfit, Meghan Markle.

Speaking about their visit, where a group of schoolchildren performed, Andrew Curphey from the Andrew Curphey Theatre Company said: "The Queen said she thoroughly enjoyed it and it was lovely to see the history of the bridge on the videos". Meghan nodded and thanked her for the gift.

During her walkabout in Chester with the Queen, royal fan Jo Richards asked the former Suits actress about married life.

Meghan Markle was pictured arriving in Cheshire with the Queen Thursday morning as the pair prepared for their day of royal engagements together.

Brian Hoey, author of At Home With the Queen, writes: 'The train seems to be the one place where, when away from home, the Queen and her family can truly relax out of the public gaze'.

UK's Queen Elizabeth takes Meghan by train on first solo royal trip

Meghan is thought to have offered to let the 92-year-old go before her, as she prefers to sit behind the driver's seat.

They will then attend a lunch at Chester Town Hall as guests of the city council.

However, she was able to enjoy a period of relaxation before she was thrown in the deep end though as she and Harry recently enjoyed their honeymoon after they were forced to delay it for his father Charles' 70th birthday celebrations.

The Duchess of Sussex at first called the Queen "Your Majesty" before curtseying while out on a trip in Cheshire.

Buckingham Palace confirmed the earrings were a present from the Queen.

MEGHAN Markle retired from acting earlier this year but could score one last accolade to remember her time on TV.

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