Published: Fri, June 15, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Antoinette Montgomery

Duchess Meghan Markle & Queen Elizabeth Avoid a Royal Mishap at Their Car

Duchess Meghan Markle & Queen Elizabeth Avoid a Royal Mishap at Their Car

While Meghan looked handsome in the pale pink design, plenty of armchair critics condemned her decision to bare her shoulders for the event, even claiming she "broke royal protocol".

Brian Hoey, author of At Home With the Queen, writes: 'The train seems to be the one place where, when away from home, the Queen and her family can truly relax out of the public gaze'.

The train is regularly used by Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Phillip and Queen Elizabeth II.

There was a moment of awkwardness when the noticeably nervous Meghan was confused who should get in the auto first.

The £37m theatre opened in May 2017 following a two-and-a-half-year project to transform the city's former Odeon cinema.

Here, they observed the national 72-second silence for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.

Ingraham told the Daily Mail: "It appears that the man on Meghan's right is the cause of her fidgetiness".

This is the lovely moment the Queen ushered Meghan into a vehicle first after the Duchess of Sussex asked her: "What's your preference?"

A few moments before, they'd officially marked the opening of the new Mersey Gateway Bridge which links Widnes and Runcorn on either side of the river. Crowds spoken to. Performances watched. "I can't believe it". "At one point they were giggling like teenagers together".

And while we can't afford Meghan's designer wardrobe, we can get our hands on that M&S bell sleeve jumper she wore when visiting Brixton back in January.

Meghan responded: "I will do".

When you're on a training course at work, it's always best to have the most senior person running it.

They're laughing and giggling in a lot of them and it's clear they found something very amusing.we would only love to know what was going on.

The Queen and the now Duchess of Sussex arrived today in high spirits, disembarking the royal train after having spent the night onboard.

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