People.com Royals Every Photo You Need to See from Meghan Markle's First Outing with the Queen! For her first engagement without Prince Harry by her side, Meghan Markle headed to Cheshire via the royal train with Queen Elizabeth By Dana Rose Falcone Published on June 14, 2018 08:04 AM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 14 Press Association via AP Images After traveling overnight aboard the royal train, Queen Elizabeth and Meghan Markle were greeted in Cheshire on Thursday. 02 of 14 Press Association via AP Images The Queen wore a lime green suit dress by Stewart Parvin, while Meghan opted for a custom made nude dress by Givenchy — her wedding designer! 03 of 14 Press Association via AP Images Upon arriving at Runcorn Station, the royal duo headed by car to the Mersey Gateway Bridge. 04 of 14 Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images A child sweetly gave Meghan a bouquet of flowers when she got to the bridge opening. 05 of 14 Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images Meghan and the Queen took a look at the new bridge and met with architects, planners and community representatives. 06 of 14 Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images They also watched a performance by local school children. 07 of 14 Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock For her most important outing yet, the former actress wore pantyhose instead of her usual bare legs, and traded in her messy bun for a straight and sleek style. 08 of 14 Press Association via AP Images Both ladies brought black bags along for the engagement, with Meghan matching her dress designer and carrying a small bespoke clutch by Givenchy. Queen Elizabeth went with her go-to Launer London tote. 09 of 14 Press Association via AP Images The monarch unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of the Mersey Gateway Bridge. 10 of 14 Press Association via AP Images The newly minted Duchess of Sussex gave the crowd her royal wave. 11 of 14 Press Association via AP Images Meghan and the Queen took a tour of the children's library at Storyhouse. 12 of 14 Press Association via AP Images 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. 13 of 14 Anthony Devlin/Getty Meghan engaged with well-wishers on the walk from Storyhouse to Chester Town Hall, and told them she was "really enjoying" married life. 14 of 14 Karwai Tang/WireImage 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.