Meghan Markle And Prince Harry’s Secret African Honeymoon Details Revealed

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

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His statement encouraged Canadian newspapers to call for the nation to establish its own monarchy and oust Queen Elizabeth II so that Prince Harry could take her place in the next month. "She was central rather than the alternative of being in the front row and along the balcony to the left or right".

Markle was additionally handed flowers as she greeted well-wishers.

There were huge cheers as the Queen took to one side of the crowd and the Duchess to the other.

Fellow royal fan Sharon Briscoe, 61, asked to see Meghan's wedding ring before remarking on her stunning look at her Windsor wedding.

Royal etiquette dictates women must curtsy and men bow to the Queen the first time they see her every day. Prince Philip, Prince Charles, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were also in attendance. The newlywed, who has just returned from a secret honeymoon with her husband Prince Harry, looked absolutely stunning in her cream Givenchy dress which she accessorised with a Givenchy belt and a pair of black high heels.

Speaking to Grazia she said that after Your Majesty: 'it is Ma'am, thrown into conversation as many times as possible'.

For her "day away" with the Queen, the former actress appears to be wearing a pair of skin-tone stockings, the kind favoured by the likes of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

She added: "With her legs crossed at her ankles and her hands demurely placed across her lap, she might have been doing the "royal" thing".

Indeed, the Queen does love to remain the center of attention with her brighter than bright frocks, but she makes this fashion choice for her fans.

Chances are, Meghan knows her shoulders caused some controversy. They looked like naughty teenagers giggling together at one point.

The Duchess was quite attentive and respectful, keeping an appropriate distance behind Her Royal Highness as they walked around the town of Cheshire.

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