Meghan Markle just had her first official public engagement without her husband, Prince Harry, on Thursday, but that doesn't mean she wasn't thinking of him the whole time.
According to multiple reports, the Duchess of Sussex described Harry as "the best husband ever" to many of the locals in Chester, U.K. during her first solo outing with the Queen.
Well-wisher Jo Richards was one of the lucky royal fans who got to speak with Markle, Hello magazine reports.
"Meghan looked simply perfect, she is actually draw droopingly gorgeous," Richards said. "Then I asked her was she enjoying married life and she said 'Harry is the best husband ever,' she was so sweet."
Sharon Briscoe, who travelled from Chirk, Wales just to see Markle, also got the chance to ask the former "Suits" star about life as a newlywed, People magazine reports.
"It is wonderful. I'm really enjoying it," the 36-year-old royal replied.
When Briscoe, 61, added, "Give our love to Harry and look after him," Markle replied, "I will do. That means an awful lot to us. He's the best husband ever."
Markle and Harry tied the knot less than one month ago at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, with roughly 29 million U.S. viewers and 18 million U.K. viewers tuning in.
Following their nuptials, the pair went on honeymoon to two undisclosed countries in East Africa, a source recently shared with E! News.
During their first interview as an engaged couple, Harry revealed, "The fact that I fell in love with Meghan so incredibly quickly was confirmation to me that all the stars were aligned, everything was just perfect."
Although the prince hasn't spoken about married life just yet, a source told People magazine that the royal couple is "blissfully happy together and have been since the very beginning."
"There really are no two people as made for each other as they are," the insider added. "They share such a passion for philanthropy and helping others — that really was the bond that made everything click."
The pair is expected to travel to Australia and New Zealand in October for their first royal tour together.
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