Duchess Meghan makes first joint appearance with queen

Tanya Cunningham
June 18, 2018

Now that they are husband and wife, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are making lots of adjustments- more so Meghan than Prince Harry.

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. Other members of the royal family, including Prince Philip and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also have access to the nine-carriage vehicle. News. However, it is unclear whether the earrings are from Queen's personal collection or they were bought for the Duchess of Sussex especially. "It's definitely too early to confirm if Meghan will continue to turn to Ms. Keller and Givenchy for her future stylings, but today was definitely a good steer in that direction, with Meghan pairing a Givenchy belt and bag with her bespoke dress".

This marks Meghan's first royal appearances without her husband, Prince Harry.

The proper way to address the Queen is "your Majesty" upon first greeting, followed by "Ma'am".

Next, the two enjoyed a dessert made from fresh kumquats. "In this respect we have the nude court shoes, the satellite hats and those small clutch bags held in front of the torso in a very signature "Middleton" style".

The pearl drop earrings Meghan was wearing was apparently a gift from the monarch.

She also gave a nod to Meghan's signature hairstyle: a messy up do with strands escaping around the front section.

When asked whether she was disappointed at not being invited to the wedding, the designer laughed: 'I'm not answering that question, that's ridiculous'.

This fall, Meghan and Harry will head out on their first royal tour together, visiting Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand in October. "We didn't have a huge amount of time but we had enough time", she said. According to OK magazine, only "natural looking nails" are allowed at official royal events (aka where photos will be taken and the royal family will be seen by their public).

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