Has not passed also month from the moment Meghan Markle officially became a member of the British family, and her shoulders fell important mission — to escort Queen Elizabeth II in the trip to Cheshire. How did it go? Share details of the event and, of course, photographs of the heroines of the day.
In Cheshire, the Duchess of Sussex and Queen went on the legendary train, The Royal Train, which the Royal family enjoyed since 1842. And all thanks to Queen Victoria, who paid 1,800 pounds (huge at the time, the money!) out of his own purse, to her family built a train.
It is noteworthy that the use of these vehicles may not all the members of the Royal family: Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip, their son Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker-Bowles. Only once, in 2003, an exception was made for Prince William — then he took a ride on The Royal Train as part of her tour on the occasion of birthday.
Returning to the conversation about the trip Meghan Markle and Queen, it is worth noting that they were waiting for a rich program.
1. The first thing Megan and Her Majesty took part in the solemn opening of the bridge Mersey Gateway Bridge.
2. Then a similar ceremony was held near the Storyhouse theater Theatre.
3. The last stop Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth II will become the Chester Town Hall where they’ll enjoy lunch before heading home.
For his next release, the Duchess chose a light Sussex slinky MIDI dress with a black small belt at the waist from the Givenchy. This time Megan chose a dress with covered shoulders (recall that at a traditional ceremony celebrating the “official” birthday of Queen Elizabeth II Trooping the Colour, which was held at Buckingham Palace, she appeared in a dress with bare shoulders that, as many thought, was a breach of Royal Protocol). From the head of the hat to Megan this time refused and complements the image of a small black clutch bag and classic shoes from Sarah Flint.
Were worried Megan during his first trip without Harry? You bet it is. However, judging by the pictures, kept it just fine, and obviously found the Queen common language.
Kate Middleton, by the way, for the first time accompanied Her Majesty at the event without a spouse after a year after the wedding. And, according to her, she still was very worried.