Meghan Markle reverted back to her wedding dress designer for her first royal visit with the Queen in Cheshire.
The Duchess Of Sussex was seen emerging from the Royal Train – the first time she has travelled on it – on Thursday morning.
She stepped off looking super stylish in a cream design which featured a cape detail over her shoulders with a rounded neck, finished off with a black belt around her waist.
Meghan completed her look with fail-safe black heels and a black clutch.
The Queen, meanwhile, also reverted back to her royal wedding style, wearing a strikingly similar outfit to the one she wore to Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding in May.
Her Majesty’s striking lime green number for her trip to Cheshire is designed by Stewart Parvin and it is teamed with a hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan.
The pair are in Cheshire for their very first joint official engagement together.
Having been a Duchess for just over three weeks, Meghan is certainly being thrown into the deep end with her duties.
It’s a pivotal moment in Meghan’s fast-track journey to becoming a fully-fledged Duchess, given it is the first time she is alone with her husband Prince Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
But it doesn’t stop there – Meghan was also been invited for a sleepover on board the Queen’s own person train – a feat even Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton have not yet achieved.
While Harry and William might have traveled on the train, it’s understood they have never been on there with their grandmother and nor has Kate.
Meghan’s highly anticipated trip on the Royal Train – which is he Queen’s private train which ferries her from A to Z for long distance journeys – took place on Wednesday overnight into Thursday.
The Queen has often made overnight journeys on the Royal Train but Meghan has never been invited on one.
Firstly, the Queen and Meghan will attend a lunch at Chester Town Hall, followed by official opening the Mersey Gateway Bridge.
They will then officially open Storyhouse, Hunter Street, Chester.
The Queen’s train dates back to 1977, when it was used extensively for the Silver Jubilee.
With the Queen’s comfort of utmost importance, the train operator even ensures the train doesn’t go over any bumps in the track around 7.30am, to avoid the Queen’s bath water splashing out.
The Royal Train is understood to have costed £900,000 to run from 2016 to 2017. It was used 14 times in a 12 month period and is only available to the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall.
Meghan and Harry made their first appearance together since Prince Charles’ 70’s birthday garden party in May on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for Trooping The Colour on Saturday.
The Trooping The Colour celebrations celebrate the Queen’s official birthday each June, and it was Meghan’s very first time on the infamous balcony.