Meghan will be travelling with The Queen aboard her personal Royal Train which travels through the night, is very expensive to run and is often used for long-distance journeys. According to Page Six, Her Majesty also gifted an estate at Sandringham to Prince William and Kate Middleton shortly after their wedding. Meghan's first post-wedding appearance is being eagerly anticipated by royal fans, excited to catch the first glimpse of the new royal since her big day.
The cottage, formerly known as Bachelor's Cottage, was once home to Queen Elizabeth II's grandparents, King George V and Queen Mary, the Duke and Duchess of York. The pair will first open the Mersey Gateway Bridge, in Chester, before opening the city's Storyhouse theatre - a sweet nod to Meghan's dramatic roots.
A statement from the Kensington Palace (prior to the wedding event) had stated, "It should be noted that gifts can not be brought to St George's Chapel or the Reception that follows at Windsor Castle".
While Harry and William might have traveled on the train, it's understood they have never been on there with their grandmother and nor has Kate.
But don't assume the Queen is playing favourites!
During the UN International Women's Day in 2015, Markle said, "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist".
"The queen knows the potential pitfalls of not giving [new members] a guiding hand", Ingrid Seward, author of the Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip biography My Husband & I, told People. "She doesn't want 70 years of hard work to be for nothing. It would have been extremely intimidating for anyone, but Meghan and Harry really did a marvellous job of preparing her with what to expect".
The duke founded the Invictus Games, staging the first tournament in London in 2014, followed by Orlando in 2016, and Toronto a year ago - and event which was attended by Meghan.
Speculation is growing that the Royal family's newest married couple are setting up home in Banburyshire. "I think the next time we'll see him will be at his Christening". And guess what she dipped into, to fish out the gift?