Having tied the knot in a lovely ceremony in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle last month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were thought to make Ireland the first overseas visit of their marriage, with their official honeymoon expected to come later in the summer due to royal duties.
Queen Elizabeth recently presented the Royal couple a gift to bless them and as a mark of her good wishes for their better future.
Following a busy day of regal duties, the queen and her new granddaughter-in-law will later enjoy a well-deserved spot of lunch at Chester's town hall. The couple, who tied the knot in a gorgeous ceremony on May 19, were gifted a country home from Her Majesty, who couldn't be happier about the union.
The Queen regularly rearranges photographs inside the reception room, with a handful of personal favourites often on view.
Rather than being a snub to the Duchess of Sussex as some are implying, it's more than likely a way of the Queen sharing her love.
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"She doesn't want 70 years of hard work to be for nothing", Seward added. The front page featured a photo of Meghan flaunting her baby bump.
Meghan and Prince Harry married in Westminster last month after getting engaged late past year.
While Harry and William might have traveled on the train, it's understood they have never been on there with their grandmother and nor has Kate. "And I think everybody felt it across the world". I did not have any understanding of just what it would be like.
"There is a misconception that because I have worked in the entertainment industry that this would be something I would be familiar with", she continued. She even got it engraved 'To M.M. From M.M.'.
However, the new Duchess of Sussex won't be alone - in fact, she'll be joined by perhaps the most expert royal there is - Queen Elizabeth II.