Meghan Markle drew quite the crowd Thursday as she and Queen Elizabeth II appeared together in England.
Together, Markle and the queen attended the official opening of Storyhouse, a new theater, library and cinema in Cheshire.
It was the Duchess of Sussex's first royal engagement without her new husband, Prince Harry. They married less than a month ago at Britain's Windsor Castle.
Crowds gathered in the small English town where they showered the royals with cheers.
Markle was additionally handed flowers as she greeted well-wishers.
The queen and her new granddaughter-in-law also took in a performance of "A Drop in the Ocean" at the new theater, and were treated to a performance of the "Wheels on the Bus" song by children from a local nursery school.
The opening of the state of the art facility came on the one-year anniversary of the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in London, where 72 people lost their lives. The royals observed a moment of silence for the victims at the new venue.
The duchess and the queen traveled to Cheshire by train. Queen Elizabeth wore a bright lime-green suit while Meghan donned a form-fitting white dress.