Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth step out for first royal engagement together

Esequiel Farfan
Junio 14, 2018

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Meghan and Harry shared a carriage ride (her second!), while the Queen arrived on her own. Later on, he asked if she was okay, and she replied, "Yeah, are you?" showing that royals are regular, just like the rest of us.

There was a moment of awkwardness when the noticeably nervous Meghan was confused who should get in the vehicle first. News the newlyweds - who tied the knot at St. Georges Chapel on 19 May - travelled to East Africa and visited two countries, where they participated in various outdoor adventures and safaris. The Queen pointed and smiled at one two-year-old who had fallen asleep amidst all the excitement.

As they left they were handed posies by Lilya Fagan seven, from Newton Primary School and Aneiran Egan-Simon, six, from Oldfield Primary. "I can't believe it".

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Crowds gathered in the small English town where they showered the royals with cheers.

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. Royals author Ingrid Seward told People that Meghan's solo outing with the Queen occurred much sooner than Kate Middleton's following her marriage to Prince William. I hear that Meghan has been keen to go on a beach holiday with Harry, so I can definitely see them by the sea. That means an very bad lot to us.

"According to the federal government's interpretation of royal succession in Canada, we could arguably make Harry the king of Canada with a simple parliamentary statute", Lagasse writes on his blog.

The pair departed for the day of engagements on Wednesday evening, journeying north on board the royal train.

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