Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth make their first appearance as a twosome!

Having married Prince Harry less than a month ago, Duchess Meghan is still relatively new to royal life and all that it entails.

Kensington Palace has said the Queen and the Duchess of Sussex will arrive early on Thursday morning at Runcorn Station to carry out a series of royal engagements.

Meghan Markle and the Queen have just arrived in Cheshire on their very first joint public engagement alone together.

They're laughing and giggling in a lot of them and it's clear they found something very amusing.we would only love to know what was going on.

In an amusing twist of fate, the actress who portrayed Markle in the Lifetime movie about her romance with Prince Harry has also been put forward for Emmy consideration.

"While far from Shakespearian, Markle's remarks are polite and straightforward: "[Being married] is wonderful", she told 61-year-old royals stan Sharon Briscoe during a royal visit with Queen Elizabeth.

The Queen and The Duchess of Sussex being greeted at the train station by David Briggs
The Queen and The Duchess of Sussex being greeted at the train station by David Briggs

Dozens of schoolchildren greeted the queen and Meghan waving Union flags and cheering.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not announced any official plans for a trip to the USA, but if they do host the Met Gala in 2019, we can't wait to see what she wears! "Meghan could be seen turning to Cohen for guidance during the day as she did her most important engagement yet".

Judi James, TV author and body analyst, revealed how the Duchess felt like she was "under pressure" and nervous about today's royal outing. She is tutoring Meghan. "The caped shoulders restricted her arms and she lost some of her more natural movements".

Meghan looks chuffed with her new bling. The continent has played a big part in the couple's relationship and they have taken several trips to Botswana, including a birthday trip last August for Meghan's 36.

The BBC reported that the new duchess delighted the crowds by stopping to talk and shake hands as she toured the famous walled centre of Chester.

She added: "The Queen was the happiest I've seen her in a long time".

  • Salvatore Jensen