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Duchess Meghan makes first joint appearance with Queen

15 June 2018, 01:59 | Myron Mathis

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On social media, there was plenty of discussion as to whether the Duchess was sending a very pointed message to her critics with the design of her dress. "I understand this is your first visit to northern England".

The 36-year-old newlywed replied: "That's right yes".

There was one moment when Meghan appeared a little unsure who should get in the vehicle first, but hardly a serious issue. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj The newly married Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, leaving Windsor Castle after their wedding to attend an evening reception at Frogmore House, hosted by the Prince of Wales. Duchess Meghan could be heard asking the Queen in the video, to which the Queen responded, "You go first".

Dangling from her ears were pearl and diamond earrings, a gift from the queen. Meghan then climbed in first.

Meghan appeared to ask the Queen: "What's your preference?".

The outing is the Duchess' first official royal engagement without her new husband and could be a sign the Queen wants to quickly welcome in the royal family's newest member.

They will then officially open Storyhouse, Hunter Street, Chester.

After watching a performance, they took part in a minute's silence at midday local time to mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower Fire disaster on the streets of Chester. Crowds spoken to. Performances watched. Even more touchingly, Meghan made sure not to take away the attention from the Queen's outfit, and wore a cream Givenchy dress, choosing a subtle monochrome colour palette by teaming it with a pair of patent black shoes.

Meghan, in contrast, did not wear a hat, and wore her hair down. I hear that Meghan has been keen to go on a beach holiday with Harry, so I can definitely see them by the sea.

They're laughing and giggling in a lot of them and it's clear they found something very amusing.we would only love to know what was going on.

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