Meghan Markle gushes over Prince Harry as she tells fans ‘he’s the best husband EVER’

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Meghan Markle couldn’t resist gushing about Prince Harry on her first solo engagement with the Queen in Cheshire today. The Duchess of Sussex wed Prince Harry last month and is clearly loving married life as she told well wishers her other half is the “best husband ever”. Former Suits actress Meghan was on a walkabout when onlookers asked how she’s been enjoying married life. She described being married as “wonderful” before adding: “I’m really enjoying it. He’s the best husband ever”.The Duchess of Sussex smiled and charmed as she joined the Queen today at a host of engagements across Cheshire. The pair travelled overnight on the royal train, a privilege normally only afforded to Her Majesty, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla. As the pair disembarked from the train, they were greeted by the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire, David Briggs, who told the Duchess: “I understand it is your first trip to the north of England. ”She replied: “That’s correct. I’m very happy to be here.”After leaving Runcorn, the pair were driven to nearby Widnes so the Queen could officially open the new £1.86 billion Mersey Gateway bridge over the Mersey.. The Queen, in a green Stewart Parvin outfit and Rachel Trevor Morgan hat, and Meghan, who was wearing a Givenchy dress, chatted to Halton Council officials, architects and engineers and others involved in the 25-year project to create the new toll bridge across the Mersey between Widnes and Runcorn. “It’s a magnificent bridge,” Meghan, 36, told them before joining the Queen on a stage to watch a dance performance by local schoolchildren celebrating 1,000 years of crossings across the river. The royal visitors lapped it up, smiling and chatting to each other and to dignitaries as they watched children dance to a seven-minute medley of music that included Edgar’s March Pomp and Circumstance and The Beatles’ Can’t Buy Me Love. Next stop was a visit to the new Storyhouse cultural centre in Chester.Moments after the Queen’s burgundy Bentley pulled up to huge cheers from the thousands who has gathered to catch a glimpse of the royals, the city stood still for a minute’s silence on the one year anniversary of the Grenfell fire. Onlookers speculated whether Her Majesty had purposely worn green – the colour displayed in tribute to the 72 people who tragically lost their lives in the blaze. After watching a group of children from Ashgrove Farm day nursery took part in an enthusiastic rendition of The Wheels On The Bus before meeting a group of Syrian refugees engaged in a craft project. Just moments before the Queen and Duchess left the theatre, the dark grey clouds that had threatened to bring rain and had loomed overhead for the most part of the morning suddenly parted to reveal glorious sunshine. Her Majesty took no hesitation in walking straight up to well wishers who had pinned the security barriers a flag with her face centred upon the Union Jack. Alison Franklin, 68, said: “The Queen smiled broadly at us and we thanke

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