The Queen and Duchess Meghan make 1st joint appearance

Brenda Watkins
June 18, 2018

American television mogul Oprah Winfrey and human rights lawyer Amal Clooney both wore Stella McCartney designs for the royal wedding.

The Queen, who is known for her signature bright block colours and matching hats, wore a spring green coat by Stewart Parvin and matching hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan.

Meghan, who married Queen Elizabeth's grandson in a glittering ceremony at Windsor Castle last month, travelled with the monarch by the Royal Train to northwest England for a day of events in the county of Cheshire on Thursday night (AEST).

Meghan wore her hair loose instead of the messy bun we've become accustomed to in recent times and although this look is rather understated, we really like it.

"The story was that Meghan's mom had come to my house and she left laden with gifts", she said. Meghan then climbed in first.

But the opening event was at the Catalyst Museum in West Bank, Widnes, which offers a bird's eye view of the new crossing from the glass top observation gallery.

The Queen and Duchess Meghan make 1st joint appearance

He said: "I didn't ask her, but there's still lunch yet".

Meghan Markle continues her bridal style streak.

The royal couple, now known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will be making the tour around the time of the Invictus Games in Sydney, which is set for October 20-27.

The Queen walked down one side of the road and Meghan the other as they stopped to chat to people and collected dozens of floral bouquets and other gifts.

Thousands of cheering fans have greeted Queen Elizabeth and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, as Britain's newest royal joined the monarch for a visit to the English county of Cheshire, her first official trip without Prince Harry.

Following that, the pair visited the Storyhouse cultural centre, where they met a group helping Syrian refugees, watched a performance by a dance theatre group made up of former addicts, and inspected a new children's library.

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