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Guys, it’s the day we’ve all been waiting for, when Duchess Meghan would join Queen Elizabeth for a day of events in Cheshire. Because of its location, three hours north of London, and to get what they needed to get done, they travelled by the Royal Train overnight. We’ve already discussed that it’s a treat only a select few have enjoyed, but because Megs and the Queen are tight, it only makes sense that their ride up was one filled with creature comforts and private time.

As we all know, this was not only Meghan’s first official outing with the Queen but also her first day of engagements without Prince Harry by her side and holding her hand. But, pfft, it’s not like the two royal pals needed him; they did just fine on their own, sharing laughs, chatting it up and generally enjoying one another’s company.

Their first stop was at the Mersey Gateway Bridge where they enjoyed a performance by local schoolchildren.

The royals, along with those in attendance, then observed a moment of silence in honour of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in London one year ago.

While Meghan’s beige Givenchy pencil dress might be the main focus on fashion blogs, it’s the Queen’s lime green ensemble that should be getting all the attention, as green has been the colour Grenfell survivors have worn to mark the tragedy.

The women moved on towards Storyhouse, a library, theatre and cinema complex that the Queen opened.

And treated to another fun performance.

They then met with Digital Buddies, a drop-in IT workshop for those ages 50 and up who get taught by younger volunteers. How cool is that?

They also checked out the Improv Gym, where those over 50 can hone their drama skills. Hmm, Meghan could’ve lent a hand here.

Then to cap off the lovely day, the royals did a walkabout of Cheshire City Centre, where they met with fans.

Basically, a glorious day.

People also reported that the Queen gave Meghan a pair of earrings, which look almost exactly like the Queen’s own pair. Magical train rides, matching earrings and a ladies day out? All we want to know is, when are these two hanging out next? Because it’s clear they have so much to talk about.