Meghan Markle Chooses Givenchy Again for First Solo Royal Engagement

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Newlywed Meghan Markle, aka the Duchess of Sussex, has arrived in Cheshire for a Royal engagement. Meghan is being given advice from her during her first six months as a royal.

Meghan Markle may now be the Duchess of Sussex, but she still has to defer to higher-ranking members of the royal family. Following that, she will have addressed her as Ma'am when other people could hear and by the family's intimate address Mama when they couldn't. According to the official royal website, "over 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare to mark The Queen's official birthday".

The Daily Mail has reported that it is "a case of habit not protocol" that the Queen always sits behind the driver, as she has always preferred being directly behind whoever is driving.

The Queen then stepped back and allowed Meghan into the vehicle, as she followed closely behind.

Markle embarked on her first joint engagement with the queen on Thursday wearing a cream dress by Givenchy.

But it gets bigger than that - Meghan has also been invited for a sleepover on board the Queen's own person train - a feat even Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton have not yet achieved. "I'm very happy to be here". She is clearly completely confident about Meghan's level of confidence. They looked like naughty teenagers giggling together at one point.

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The pair will first be heading to the Mersey Gateway Bridge, before watching a performance by local school children.

"It appears that the man on Meghan's right is the cause of her fidgetiness".

Stalls selling flags and souvenirs have set up on the streets of Chester and schoolchildren who will meet the Queen and duchess during the day were delivered to where they needed to be early this morning.

Ms James described the monarch as having young body language for a woman of 92.

"The fact that she is bending down to speak with the little girl and that she arches her eyebrows to show she's genuinely curious really speaks to Meghan's open personality and ability to instantly connect", Navarro said.