Every Photo You Need to See from Meghan Markle's First Outing with the Queen!
Upon arriving at Runcorn Station, the royal duo headed by car to the Mersey Gateway Bridge.
A child sweetly gave Meghan a bouquet of flowers when she got to the bridge opening.
Meghan and the Queen took a look at the new bridge and met with architects, planners and community representatives.
They also watched a performance by local school children.
The monarch unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of the Mersey Gateway Bridge.
Meghan and the Queen took a tour of the children's library at Storyhouse.
While visiting Storyhouse theater and library, Meghan and the Queen took in performances by local school children, a dance theatre company for people in recovery from addiction and a medley of songs from Storyhouse's latest production.
Meghan engaged with well-wishers on the walk from Storyhouse to Chester Town Hall, and told them she was "really enjoying" married life.
The Lord Mayor of Chester, Councillor Alex Black hosted Queen Elizabeth and Meghan at Chester Town Hall, where they attended lunch as guests of Chester City Council.