'You go first': Meghan Markle's awkward vehicle moment with the Queen

'You go first': Meghan Markle's awkward vehicle moment with the Queen

Clad in a cream Givenchy dress, Markle attended the opening of a new bridge with Queen Elizabeth II in Cheshire, about 200 miles northwest of London.

According to onlookers, after someone gave their well-wishes to Markle and asked her to give their love to Harry, Markle only had kind things to say about her significant other.

However, Meghan quickly brushed herself off from the blunder and was later seen with the Queen, who was in stitches over something she had said, as they watched a performance by children from the Andrew Curphey Theatre Company. "I said hello and I couldn't believe she shook hands with us".

According to People, the Duchess was unsure what etiquette dictated about who should get into the vehicle first.

She starred as a lady-in-waiting to the iconic queen, played by Emily Blunt.

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So, does the Queen have a soft spot for Meghan?

She told Daily Star Online: "Meghan has always had a habit of touching her hair to either preen it (when she's flirting with Harry) or to tuck it behind her ears".

It is rare for one of the young royals alone to accompany the Queen on a day's outing, and even more unusual for one to be invited on the royal train. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are also waiting to see if Queen Elizabeth will gift them a country home on her private estate in Sandringham as she did for Prince William and Kate Middleton when they married in 2011.

Thousands of people were already waiting at the venues hours before the royal pair arrived, with stalls set up on the streets selling flags and souvenirs. It's like Meghan's been doing this her whole life!

She paired the frock with matching clutch, belt and shoes. The continent has played a big part in the couple's relationship and they have taken several trips to Botswana, including a birthday trip last August for Meghan's 36. "It was a very, very important day for Meghan, and to be tutored firsthand by Her Majesty was a great honor for Meghan indeed".