The surprising nickname that Meghan can call the Queen

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle

One of the most talked about aspects of Meghan's life however is her relationship with her grandmother-in-law, the Queen.

Judging by their interactions today it won't be long until newly-married Meghan will be on "Mama" terms.

They arrived in Cheshire onboard the royal train and are visiting the new Mersey Gateway Bridge and Chester.

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. "Don't forget that when she turns up somewhere, the crowds are two, three, four, 10, 15 deep, and someone wants to be able to say they saw a bit of the Queen's hat as she went past".

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.

The Duchess of Sussex turned to Givenchy to create the outfit for her all-important first joint engagement with the Queen.

On Saturday, Meghan broke royal tradition when she bared her shoulders at the Trooping the Colour parade in London.

Upon arriving she was greeted by the Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire, David Briggs, who said to Meghan: "I understand it is your first trip to the north of England?". They could've gone anywhere since they're royalty and all-one rumor said that they'll be spending it in Canada and Ireland.

The simple cream-colored cape-style dress was as fuss-free as her wedding gown.

The pair departed for the day of engagements on Wednesday evening, journeying north on board the royal train. Photo: Steve Parsons/PA Wire Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

Meghan has no doubt learned the royal etiquette rules from watching the royal family over the past few months.

'It may not have quite the same romantic images as when Queen Victoria rolled in majestic style from Windsor to Balmoral, insisting that the driver never exceeded 30 miles an hour, but there remains some of the glamour of bygone days'.