'I'm very happy to be here': Meghan and the Queen step out

'I'm very happy to be here': Meghan and the Queen step out

The Duchess of Sussex asked.

The duchess's outfit - a beige Givenchy dress with caped shoulders - may have not been the ideal choice, Ms James said.

A move to Canada might appeal to Meghan, who lived in Toronto for six years from 2011 while filming her role on TV legal drama Suits.

As Meghan Markle made her first solo trip with Queen Elizabeth since her nuptials to Prince Harry last month, the duchess may have broken royal protocol on the historic appearance. The Queen answered, "You go first".

Meghan accompanied Liz Thursday on several engagements near Liverpool.

But the duchess was without gloves.

She also had the rare privilege of being invited to travel on the Royal Train with the Queen - something typically reserved for the senior members of the Royal Family like Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

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She paired the frock with matching clutch, belt and shoes.

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.

"The Queen would have been a relaxing factor in terms of her body language. It was a very, very important day for Meghan, and to be tutored firsthand by Her Majesty was a great honor for Meghan indeed". "At one point they chuckled together like naughty schoolgirls". "She was fantastic, so natural", Sanders told the BBC. "It was deemed by some people to be a bit revealing, but personally I couldn't see any harm in it", Little said about Markle's getup.

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.

After arriving by royal train, the pair helped open of the Mersey Gateway Bridge and the Storyhouse, a performing-arts theater in Cheshire.

"There were moments when the two women laughed together and Meghan often leaned in towards the Queen, suggesting growing bonds of rapport and friendship".