However, perhaps indicative of how she is learning the royal ropes, the Duchess of Sussex awkwardly required the Queen's help when a tricky protocol moment threatened to derail the joyous trip.
While Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth seemed to have a very professional Prince Harry-free outing Thursday, they did hit a hilariously awkward snag when it came to auto etiquette and who should enter the vehicle first.
She said: "It is Ma'am, thrown into conversation as many times as possible".
The train ride, which leaves tonight from London, will give HerMajesty and new granddaughter-in-law the flawless opportunity for some bonding time. She said: "Meghan looked simply ideal, she is actually draw droopingly gorgeous..."
They arrived in Cheshire onboard the royal train and are visiting the new Mersey Gateway Bridge and Chester.
They then visited the Storyhouse arts centre, where a smiling Meghan occasionally leaned over to make a comment to the Queen as they watched performances, including songs by a choir of local schoolchildren.