It appears the Queen is taking a liking to the newest royal family member. After Her Majesty's and Meghan Markle's first royal engagement together this month, many are happy to see their relationship blossoming.
The two appeared to have started off on the right foot considering the Queen just handed over a job that is near and dear to her heart. At their first engagement together at Cheshire, it appears that the Duchess of Sussex did all the right things.
Starting this summer, Meghan will be joining her husband, Prince Harry, in welcoming children in the Queen's Young Leaders program in Buckingham Palace. The Queen started this role five years ago, and Meghan will now take her place.
According to "Express," this key role Meghan has now taken over is "a job that has been close to [the Queen's] heart since it started five years ago."
This incredible program is to honor young leaders who have given back to their communities, such as, battling violence against women advocacy, mental health advocacy, and many more, according to reports.
Prince Harry talked about the program and said, "I have really enjoyed meeting so many of them over the past four years and their passion and understanding always leaves me hugely optimistic about the future."
"I have seen time and time again that today's generation understands something very important: that to tackle a big issue, you need to focus on the root causes of the challenge and not its symptoms," he added.
This is the latest honor the Queen has bestowed to Meghan. It's showing that the Duchess is gaining the Queen's trust and their relationship is going strong. In other news, the Queen is finally putting her foot down. Meghan Markle has been banned from doing this going forward.