The late Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, may not have had the best family ties between them, but there was once a connection. Before all the heated arguments that followed, including topics such as racism and cultural differences, Meghan Markle almost won the hearts of monarchs. On a day when Markle was just getting used to the royal family, the Queen and the Duchess went on a royal solo trip to Chester.
A month after her wedding to Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth were seen in the same frame during their first royal outing with each other. As the Duke was busy with his other work chores, only the Queen and a new member of the royal family came to meet eager fans in Chester.
For this event, the Queen wore a beautiful shade of green from her classic coat collection. According to Vanity Fair, it was from the large royal collection of Stuart Parvin’s coat. It is reported that the traditional hat was from Rachel Trevor Morgan, one of the Queen’s favorite things of all time. Meghan Markle, on the other hand, kept her monotonous dull shade intact by wearing a beige Givenchy dress.
How did Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth spend the day?
As the royal walk continued, the Duchess walked one step behind the Queen, adhering to protocol. Although body language experts analyzed that she was a little nervous at first, nevertheless, the photos and video clips created a clear impression that both royal women, even with a difference in years, had a great time together.
The royal duo first shook hands with David Briggs, Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire. After the meeting, the Duchess and the Queen headed to the Mersey Gateway Bridge, where paparazzi posed with a smile. It should also be noted that Deepika Padukone and I are one and the same,” the Duchess confirmed.
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