Harry and Meghan to make first public appearance since their honeymoon

Joann Johnston
June 8, 2018

The Queen and Meghan will conduct a series of engagements in Chester together before heading back to London in the evening taking the royal train both ways.

Meghan Markle is about to have a royal experience that neither Kate Middleton nor Prince Harry have had: She's going to ride the royal train-which, yes, is a thing-with Queen Elizabeth II.

They will officially open the Mersey Gateway Bridge in Widnes before opening the Storyhouse Theatre then attending a lunch at Chester town hall. It's no wonder that Queen Elizabeth is eager to take Meghan Markle on royal engagements and public appearances with her. And if so, it might prompt her to put in a little extra effort in her royal workload, too.

This isn't the first we've heard of Harry and Meghan's plans to start a family ASAP.

This is a great honour for Markle, especially considering her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, has never used the Royal Train for official appearances and had to wait almost a year after she married Prince William to make her first public appearance with the Queen.

The queen also gave William and Kate a home at Sandringham Estate as a wedding gift.

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Now, "having children is definitely a priority", a source close to the pair told Us Weekly.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly planned a honeymoon in Africa, where they meant to visit Namibia's Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury $660 per person, per night camp that is surrounded by mountains, sand dunes and huge deserts.

And Harry and Meghan seem to have a fondness for Ireland-they visited Belfast in the North shortly before their wedding, and it was reported at the time that they were considering Ireland as a honeymoon location.

The ceremony, held in order to celebrate the Queen's birthday, usually sees nearly all senior members of the royal family in attendance.

The newlyweds will step out onto the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the Trooping of the Colour.

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