Is Meghan Markle wearing Princess Diana's pearl earrings in Cheshire?

Is Meghan Markle wearing Princess Diana's pearl earrings in Cheshire?

Darren Sullivan
June 15, 2018

This is the lovely moment the Queen ushered Meghan into a auto first after the Duchess of Sussex asked her: "What's your preference?"

The duchess and the Queen were met by David Briggs MBE, the Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire after stepping off the train at Runcorn Station.

Meghan's earrings were in fact a gift from the Queen.

Meghan Markle, 36, copied Kate Middleton, 36, who is now her sister-in-law, in a bid to impress Queen Elizabeth II today.

The Duchess and the Queen were there to open the new Mersey Gateway Bridge, a £1.86 billion ($2.5 billion) road crossing over the river Mersey.

"The body language of the Queen and Meghan is warm, friendly; they look to be enjoying the time they are spending together", Ingham told the Daily Mail.

The two seemed to get on well throughout the day, with Meghan whispering into the Queen's ear during a musical performance by local schoolchildren, and both smiling broadly throughout.

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The foundation is in the process of changing its full name to "The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex" to reflect the change.

The Queen, on the other hand, also took a page out of her royal wedding playbook, wearing a lime green dress coat and hat similar to the she wore for the nuptials last month.

The couple will make an official visit to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and New Zealand later this year.

Although she did not take the top spot, according to a palace source, the order of appearance on the balcony is not a hard-and-fast rule, but rather, a matter of etiquette and deference.