Meghan Markle was pictured arriving in Cheshire with the Queen Thursday morning as the pair prepared for their day of royal engagements together.
Markle, 36, who married Prince Harry, 33, last month at Windsor Castle, looked as stunning as ever as she was seen getting off Her Majesty’s exclusive royal train at Runcorn Station, which is 200 miles northwest of London.
The pair, who travelled overnight to reach their destination, dressed to impress for their outing, with Markle donning a chic beige Givenchy pencil dress, while the Queen, 92, opted for a lime green coat by Stewart Palvin and matching hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan.
Markle and the Queen kicked off the former “Suits” actress’ first ever event without her other half by unveiling the Mersey Gateway Bridge at Catalyst Science Discovery Centre in Widnes, Cheshire.
They’ll then open the Storyhouse Theatre together, before having lunch at Chester’s Town Hall.
Markle’s first outing with the Queen comes just one month after her lavish wedding ceremony. However, Kate Middleton waited one year before she stepped out with Her Majesty.
The pair travelled by train to Leicester from Kings Cross St. Pancras Station back in 2012 and were later joined by Prince Philip.
Middleton and the Queen’s journey was part of her Diamond Jubilee tour (celebrating her 60-year reign) of the United Kingdom and included stops at De Montfort University and Leicester Cathedral.