Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Meghan Markle joins the Queen in Cheshire

Meghan Markle joins the Queen in Cheshire

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. She was bashed for breaking the Royal's rule by showing off her shoulders. To be fair, it looked creepy af.

"The story was that Meghan's mom had come to my house and she left laden with gifts", Winfrey recalled.

Turns out, the creepy appearance was actually two people donning masks of the royal couple as a stunt for Madame Tussauds new Live Figures exhibit. Oh...

The Queen and duchess were greeted by hundreds of cheering schoolchildren as they stepped off the royal train at Runcorn station.

The former Suits star's royal engagements come three and a half weeks after she tied the knot with Prince Harry in a star-studded wedding attended by famous faces including Oprah Winfrey - who later hung out with Markle's mom, Doria Ragland.

The Royal family at the Trooping the Colours
The Royal family at the Trooping the Colours

At one point during the ceremony, the entire royal family stands before their public on a grand balcony. However, numerous headlines from the event focused on questions of whether the American-born duchess broke royal protocol by wearing an ensemble with an off-the-shoulder necklines that showed some skin.

The newlyweds were most recently seen watching the Trooping the Colour parade with the rest of the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

While Harry and William might have traveled on the train, it's understood they have never been on there with their grandmother and nor has Kate. And Harry's mother Diana, another royal renegade, still always wore a long sleeve for her Trooping the Colours. "It was the last moment that she could reflect sort of the other side to her ... the joy and the human within her". To that end, Meghan will join the queen on a royal visit this week to a city outside London.

While the Queen carried her trademark black Launer handbag on her arm, Meghan held a clutch bag in her hand. "She really wants his views", a source told the Daily Mail.

He bows his head and says "yes" before Meghan can be seen curtsying to the queen, alongside Kate Middleton. Yes, there is a pecking order.

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