Lovely Moment Queen Ushers Flustered Meghan Into Car On Royal Trip


It's only been a month since Meghan Markle Wednesday Prince Harry, but she's already achieved an unusual "first" for the British Royal Family.

The newest member of the Royal Family was accompanying the Queen to an event in Cheshire, England, when she appeared to blank on auto etiquette.

The Queen doesn't indulge in worries and she didn't spend a lot of time checking on Meghan, but instead let her get on with it. "He's the best husband ever".

Accompanying the Queen on a royal engagement solo is undoubtedly an impressive feat for the new royal-but she is still learning about the family's intricate set of rules.

However, any desire to remove the Queen from her post can not be done very easily or quickly.

Meghan and the Queen were seated next to each other at the event, and had huge smiles on their faces as they interacted and whispered to one another.

They arrived at Runcorn earlier this morning when Meghan revealed it was her first in the North.

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The 36-year-old former American actress and star of the TV drama "Suits" wore a slim-fitting Givenchy cream dress, caped at the shoulders and belted at the waist.

The Queen and the now Duchess of Sussex arrived today in high spirits, disembarking the royal train after having spent the night onboard.

And while we can't afford Meghan's designer wardrobe, we can get our hands on that M&S bell sleeve jumper she wore when visiting Brixton back in January.

At one point, Meghan also seemed uncertain about what to do with her clutch purse, and ended up placing it on the floor.

"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". "Meghan should feel very privileged because this is the queen extending an arm of friendship, but not just that".

The new duchess and the Queen were greeted with a view of the new £1.86bn Mersey Gateway bridge, which was officially opened by the Queen.