Meghan has declared Prince Harry to be the ‘best husband’ during her visit to Cheshire today.
The Duchess of Sussex, 36, was filmed speaking to well-wishers as she conducted a walkabout in Chester.
In a clip shared on Twitter, she can be heard greeting fans shouting out her name as she walked past.
Fan Sharon Briscoe, 61 – who had traveled about 25 miles east from Chirk, Wales, to catch a glimpse of Meghan – is then heard asking her how she was enjoying her new life with Harry.
‘It is wonderful,’ Meghan told her. ‘I’m really enjoying it.’
When Sharon told her to ‘give our love to Harry and to look after him,’ the Duchess replied: ‘I will do. That means an awful lot to us. He’s the best husband ever.’
Meghan described Prince Harry as the ‘best husband’ while speaking to well-wishers in Chester today
The Duchess of Sussex, 36, joined the Queen on a short walkabout during a day of engagements
The well-wisher added that the new Duchess ‘looked radiant’, to which Meghan said, ‘That’s so kind.’
Commenting on her conversation with Meghan, Sharon said: ‘She seems so genuine and really warm and not rushing with people.’
The Duchess is conducting her first official royal engagement without her new husband today, and her first joint appearance with the Queen.
Hundreds of well-wishers waving Union Jacks have lined the streets of Chester in order to catch a glimpse of the pair.
Today was Meghan’s first official royal engagement without Prince Harry by her side. They are pictured here at Trooping the Colour on Saturday
Meghan, who wore a cream cape dress by Givenchy for the engagement, looked to be in good spirits as she greeted the crowds.
She travelled to the Cheshire with the Queen, 92, in the Royal Train overnight, with the pair pictured disembarking at Runcorn Station this morning.
They were greeted at the station 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.’
Their first stop today was a visit to the Mersey Gateway Bridge in order to conduct the official opening.
Meghan looked in high spirits as she met fans lining the streets of Chester to catch a glimpse of her and the Queen
The newlywed described married life as ‘wonderful’, adding ‘I’m really enjoying it’
Meghan and the Queen then went to visit to the Storyhouse theatre complex in Chester, which features a library and performing arts spaces.
They were greeted by cheering crowds, before observing a minute’s silence on the street outside the theatre to mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Inside they watched as a group of children from Ashgrove Farm day nursery took part in an enthusiastic rendition of The Wheels On The Bus.
Following the visit to the theatre, Meghan joined the Queen on a short walkabout as they made their way to the nearby Chester Town Hall for a civic lunch.
Meghan conducted her first joint engagement with the Queen, 92, in Chester today
The Duchess opted to wear a cream cape dress by Givenchy for the royal visit
Meghan made her first public appearance since her honeymoon at Trooping the Colour on Saturday, alongside Harry.
The pair are reported to have jetted off to Alberta, Canada, for a two-week break following the wedding.
According to TMZ, the pair chose Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Canada as their destination.
They were said to have been staying at the 6,000 sq ft Outlook Cabin, which has been dubbed ‘The Royal Retreat’.
The Duchess wore a stunning Givenchy gown for her big day at St George’s Chapel last month