The Queen and Meghan's first outing together

Touchy-feelyIt almost looks like Meghan has her hand on the Queen's back. Are they already that close that touching is allowed???Getty Images

Thursday's trip to Cheshire proved to be a success for the Queen and Meghan, and royal watchers were delighted to see just how close the pair seemed. And all that matters on this occasion is what the queen thought, the experts said.

Redmond joked he should have asked Meghan if she wanted a part in his soap Hollyoaks.

Judging by their interactions today it won't be long until newly-married Meghan will be on "Mama" terms.

They met the architects and watched local schoolchildren perform before the Queen unveiled a plaque to declare the bridge (which has been open to traffic since October last year) open. The former Suits actress was unsure as to who should get in the vehicle first when arriving in Cheshire, and asked the Queen for her "preference", seeing Meghan get into the auto before her as a result. There's no one laying this out, telling her where to stand. "It looks like she is rather distracted by his interest, information and conversation than anything to do with the queen".

"She looked positively girlish".

"That's correct", she replied, "I'm very happy to be here". "The couple shared so much during the wedding and now is the time for them to enjoy some privacy". The impression of spontaneity and warmth'.

Meghan Markle is probably the most talked about woman in the world, from her powerful fashion influence to her transformation from Hollywood actress to full-on royal since assuming a Duchess title.

Another royal insider supported Fitzwilliams' statement and said that the Queen is very loyal to her country so she will only step down in case she gets sick and is unable to fulfill her duties.

The Queen has been on the throne for 66 years and has conducted tens of thousands of public engagements, shaking hundreds of thousands of hands along the way.

Anyway, Meghan chose to wear Givenchy for their big day out which is no major surprise really, given that the fashion house's creative director Claire Waight-Keller also designed Meghan's first wedding dress.

The Queen, 92, sported a lime green ensemble.



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