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Queen Elizabeth about to break this royal rule for Meghan Markle?

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The Duchess of Sussex and the Queen are already planning a girls’ trip together. So, what does this mean for Kate Middleton?


The Duchess of Sussex has proved herself by all means. And so, it looks like Queen Elizabeth is really impressed with Meghan. Her Majesty has taken a step forward.

Queen Elizabeth is taking Meghan Markle on a road trip with her.

On June 14, the newly married royal bride, Meghan will carry out her first ever official royal outing with the 92-year-old reigning monarch. She will be accompanying the Queen on a visit to Chester. It is about 165 miles northwest of London.

Queen Elizabeth is taking her newest granddaughter-in-law, Meghan to officially unveil a new bridge in Widnes, Cheshire. Also, to open the Story house Theatre. It will then be followed by a lunch at Chester’s Town Hall.

Also read: 5 Things You Had No Idea Went Wrong At Harry And Meghan’s Wedding.



This is a big step for the Duchess of Sussex. How?

Meghan has toured the United Kingdom along with Prince Harry in the run-up to their May 19 wedding. But, this will be the first time she has joined Queen Elizabeth on her own.




The royal engagement will include several stops in the area throughout the day. It is often called an ‘away day’ for the Royals. This proves many things.

For example, It proves that she is ready to kick off her public engagements. Both ways, alongside members of the royal family and on her own.

Some of her previous royal engagements.

Also read: Kate Middleton Shares About Her One Fear In Life.




In March, Meghan joined Harry and other senior members, for a church service celebrating Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey.

And in the month of December, she debuted the perfect curtsy when she greeted Queen Elizabeth during Christmas Day church services.

Now, Harry and Meghan are expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Saturday, June 9. It is for the celebration of Her Majesty’s birthday at the annual Trooping the Colour parade.

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