Meghan Markle, she of the not-quite-royally-permitted "messy bun" and off-the-shoulder dresses, has found yet another subtle way to put her own twist on royal beauty: with her manicure. The newest royal style transformation can also be seen in her hairstyle as she opted for a straight and sleek style instead of a usual go-to messy bun.
The newly named Duchess of Sussex and her grandmother-in-law made their grand entrance arriving in the northwest of England for a series of events.
The innocent incident was caught during the former actresses outing with Queen in Cheshire on Thursday.
"Kudos to the Queen for so kindly and graciously welcoming the Duchess".
The Queen and Markle traveled together this morning on the royal train, built in 1842 for Queen Victoria, according to People.
"She said, "'The Duchess Slant' is one of the most elegant and flattering ways to sit, because it has a lengthening effect on the legs".
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Meanwhile, Meghan's simple little pearl-and-diamond earrings turned out to be a gift from the queen.
While the Queen donned a similar green suit to the ensemble she wore to the royal wedding in May, Meghan greeted eager fans outside of the train station wearing a beige Givenchy pencil dress with a belted waist.
She added that the new Duchess of Sussex "looked radiant" and Meghan said, "That's so kind".
"It is wonderful", Meghan told her.
She wore it for her and Harry's evening wedding reception at Frogmore House, Windsor Castle.
The Queen and Meghan will then move on to celebrate their busy day with a final appearance at Chester Town Hall for lunch. We think she oozed elegance in her attire.
"They are the linchpin of any member of the royal family's office, organizing their diaries, working schedules, and public engagements", English wrote.