The former Suits actress looked stunning in a cream-colored, Givenchy dress with black belt, which fit her to perfection.
The pair are visiting Cheshire and it's understood their train left London on Wednesday morning to arrive at Runcorn Station on Thursday morning. "I understand this is your first visit to northern England".
The 36-year-old newlywed replied: "That's right yes". Meghan then climbed in first.
Speaking to the BBC, Stella McCartney said she was "proud" to have been asked to make the stunning halter neck dress for the Duchess of Sussex's reception at Frogmore House. "You go first", said the Queen. The duchess was also wearing diamond-and-pearl earrings that were a gift from the queen.
But after observing Meghan and the Queen's first day together, we spoke to a body language expert to find out more. @Storyhouselive is a library, theatre and cinema.
Both royals, heads slightly bowed, observed a moment of silence in honour of the victims of the fire. Crowds spoken to. Performances watched. The Queen pointed and smiled at one two-year-old who had fallen asleep amidst all the excitement.
The queen worked one side of the street, greeting well-wishers, while the duchess walked down the other side, chatting with residents and showing her wedding ring to a small group of well-wishers.
Meghan responded: "I will do".
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. But unlike the rest of the royals who were born into a lifetime of luxury and now exactly what to do while at the palace, Markle received specific instructions from her new husband. After spending the night on the same train for a royal sleepover, the two were fresh-faced and radiant as they kicked off their packed day of appearances.