Duchess Meghan Makes First Joint Appearance With Queen Elizabeth

The newest member of the British royal family, the former Meghan Markle, is easing into royal duties after marrying Prince Harry last month

The former Meghan Markle is making her first joint appearance with Queen Elizabeth II on an official royal visit to the northwest of England.

The queen and the Duchess of Sussex, as Markle is now known, traveled by a special royal train for a series of events Thursday.

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Their first stop featured a performance by local schoolchildren in the town of Widnes, near Liverpool.

The duchess, who wore a beige Givenchy pencil dress, sat next to the queen for the performance. It will be followed by events including the unveiling of a plaque to officially open the Mersey Gateway Bridge.

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The duchess, a former actress on the TV show "Suits," is easing into royal duties after marrying Prince Harry last month.

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