Duchess Meghan Markle & Queen Elizabeth Avoid a Royal Mishap at Their Car

Danny Woods
June 15, 2018

The Duchess of Sussex stepped out with the Queen for two events in Cheshire, England, on Wednesday, and both women appeared to be in high spirits for their first outing together. The Queen and Meghan watched a musical display by young members of the Andrew Curphey Theatre Company before the monarch unveiled a plaque for the official opening of the Mersey Gateway bridge.

However, there's a detail from the pair's visit to Chester that you might have missed - and it says says quite a lot about the nature of their relationship.

This is the first time Meghan has undertaken any royal duties without husband Prince Harry.

The queen worked one side of the street, greeting well-wishers, while the duchess walked down the other side, chatting with residents and showing her wedding ring to a small group of well-wishers.

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

McCartney also revealed she and Meghan worked "together" on the dress.

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and Meghan the Duchess of Sussex visit the Storyhouse in Chester
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and Meghan the Duchess of Sussex visit the Storyhouse in Chester

Proving she loves neutral cream and blush colours, Meghan opted for a slim-fitting midi dress with covered shoulders by Givenchy, the designer of her wedding dress.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the Duchess of Sussex, 36, is the first royal to be submitted for consideration for an Emmy Award.

"Meghan waved to us, but she probably did not realise what we were there for". It was followed by events including the unveiling of a plaque to officially open the Mersey Gateway Bridge.

"It might have been the reason why Meghan looked far more nervous on this outing than we've seen her before".

It would not be a surprising move from Meghan, who has already paid tribute to Diana on many occasions - with her engagement ring, for example. "Meghan should feel very privileged because this is the queen extending an arm of friendship, but not just that".

"The role she's taken on is very austere, it's very serious and I think there's a great weight that she has acquired through that and I think she takes it very seriously".

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