While the chaos of the royal wedding may be over, Meghan Markle's role as a fully-fledged member of the British royal family is only just beginning.
Harry and Meghan are following in the footsteps of Harry's parents in their first confirmed overseas tour.
The tour will coincide with the Invictus Games in Sydney, which are held between the 20th and 27th of October 2018.
Her Majesty has invited Meghan on board her royal train - a gesture which has never been stretched to Harry - for their trip to Chester on 14 June.
"This is the Duchess's second visit to our country and I know New Zealanders will be very much looking forward to welcoming her back".
The pair somehow glanced over to each other at the same time, and Meghan blurted "nervous" with a coy smile.
Further details on the tour will be announced in due course. Sure, there's a place for tradition, but Markle has a whole team helping her dress, and they wouldn't let her disgrace the entire royal family.
Meghan wore an off-shoulder dress.
"She doesn't want 70 years of hard work to be for nothing", added Seward. The Queen was given her own carriage and was the last to leave Buckingham Palace.
Meghan made her debut on the palace balcony at the weekend for what's known as Trooping the Colour, the official celebration of the Queen's birthday.
Prince Charles, 69, Princess Anne, 67, Prince Andrew, Prince William, 35, and the Queen's cousin the Duke of Kent, 82, all ride on horseback as Royal Colonels.
Kate - in a $68 Zara sundress and summer wedges - sat on the ground to watch her husband play, plonked Charlotte on her lap and broke into a run down a small hill.
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